With woodlands, statues and temples near the lakeside or views across the acres of parkland you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to finding a walk to suit you.
We have walks for all abilities whether it's a gentle stroll with a pushchair, a dog friendly route or walks for the more adventurous to our outer eye-catchers.
Why not download one now or pick one up from our Visitor Centre during your next visit?
Normal admission applies
Croome springs to life and is a great time to enjoy a leisurely circular walk with a chance to discover the outer parkland taking in the flora and fauna beginning to emerge with our downloadable trail.
Venture further afield and download a leisurely circular walk to the Park Seat taking in the beautiful Rotunda, shaded walks, river and Croome Court on the way.
Let your four legged friend enjoy the outdoors with you and explore the parkland with magnificent views of Croome's house and park along this walk.
This circular walk is intended to show you some of the areas, follies and monuments we have been able to conserve with the help of you, our supporters.
Our sensory ‘Potter and Ponder’ map encourages visitors with disabilities to experience the beautiful parkland using touch, sight, sound, taste, and smell during their visit.
Enjoy a relaxing walk this summer in the Worcestershire countryside taking in some great spots to sit and enjoy a picnic or just enjoy the colour at Croome with our self guided walk.
Follow the footsteps of William Dean, head gardener at Croome in the early 1800s.
Enjoy the parkland in Worcestershire with the whole family on this easy circular walk taking in the autumn colour of Croome.
A 4.5 mile (7.2km) walk to get close up to one of our outer eye-catchers, Pirton Castle.
Download our walks as pdfs to print off and bring with you when you visit.
Croome is the perfect place for a walk, whatever the season. With dog friendly maps, downloadable walks, water bowls and waste bins, we hope you enjoy your walkies.
Dunstall Castle designed as a whimsical folly by Robert Adam in 1766. You can visit the outside of the 'Castle' or walk to it from within the grounds.