Discover more about Croome Court...its eclectic history, the story of its characters, the returning collection and the features of some of the rooms.
There’s so much to see during your visit. Whether it’s an hour, half a day or whole day, we’ve compiled the ‘must sees’ to make the most of time.
The principal building at Croome, Croome Court, had been the home of the Coventry family since the 16th century, though the building in its current form was started in 1751.
Come and see what you can experience in the Court at Croome. Our collection is returning and we are developing innovative ways to display select pieces.
Croome aims to show, share and involve our visitors in our conservation work, indoors and out whenever possible – come and find out more.
Explore the first floor of the house and hear it's story from the volunteers.
Find out more about some of the 30 surviving fireplaces in the house.
Find more about when Croome Court was used as a school.
Read about the time when Croome Court was home to the Hare Krishna movement.
Read about the essential repairs to the court, some of the unusual things we have found, the adjoining Red Wing and the conservation work we do.
Discover the secrets of the Second World War airbase wartime buildings which are now our Visitor Centre and museum.
Would you like to explore more of our acres of parkland? Download one of our many walks to help you discover somewhere new including woodlands, follies and wide open spaces with far reaching views.
The Walled Gardens will reopen on 30 March 2018 and they will be open Friday, Saturday and Sunday (plus Bank Holidays) until the end of September 2018. The garden will be closed for two private functions please visit the page for the dates.
A visit to the shop and Gardener's Bothy plant sales at the Visitor Centre is a relaxing way to spend some time looking for that perfect souvenir or gift.
Croome was 'Capability' Brown's first commission. Not only did he redesign the whole landscape but also remodelled Croome Court and became firm friends with the Earl of Coventry.