Croome's outer eye-catchers

Venture further afield to one of our many outer eye-catchers in the parkland.

panorama tower at croome

Panorama Tower

Explore inside and enjoy the 360 degree views during our special open days. The Grade 1 listed Panorama Tower was designed by James Wyatt in 1801 and was based on an earlier design by Robert Adam for a similar building in 1760s.

Dunstall Castle folly at Croome

Dunstall Castle

Climb the narrow spiral staircase to the top and enjoy the amazing views at our special open days. Dunstall Castle designed as a whimsical folly by Robert Adam in 1766.

Croome Pirton Castle

Pirton Castle outer eye-catcher

Pirton Castle an outer eye-catcher

Sheep grazing in the fields with Park Seat in the distance

Park Seat

The Park Seat was designed by Robert Adam in 1766 and has been known locally as The Owl's Nest, as it used to be a home to a barn owl.

The rotunda at croome in the sunshine


The Rotunda sits in the Home Shrubbery, from where there are wonderful views over the parkland and river towards the Malvern Hills.