Get out and about in the parkland

The ‘Capability’ Brown parkland has acres of land to be explored. Here are just a few ideas to help you discover more during your visit.

children in the wild play area

Croome natural play

Find some ideas of what you can do in the parkland at Croome.

Croome spring 50 things

Top 5 things to do this season

Croome is one of the best places to do the '50 things to do before your 11¾' challenges - here are our top 5 for each season.

Croome Dunstall Castle in the frost

Croome's outer eye-catchers

Venture further afield to one of our many outer eye-catchers in the parkland. Come along to one of the free Panorama Tower and Dunstall Castle open days throughout the year giving you an opportunity to explore inside and take in the 360 degree views at the top.

St Mary Magdalene Church

St Mary Magdalene Church Croome

Read about St Mary Magdalene Church at Croome

Nuthatch feeding on a branch


The parkland is haven for wildlife. See what you can spot through the seasons.

Pink dog toothed violet in the parkland

Flora & fauna

Croome's 'Capability' Brown landscape changes throughout the seasons.

Dog standing outside the house

Dogs of Croome

We love dogs and Croome is the perfect place for a winter walk. With dog friendly maps, downloadable walks, water bowls, waste bags, tether points and waste bins we hope you enjoy your walkies around the acres of parkland.

Coade stone Sphinx at Croome

Coade stone at Croome

Find out about the Coade stone features at Croome

Apples hanging from trees in Croome's orchard

Croome's orchard

Croome’s orchard has a mixture of young trees planted by staff and volunteers over the past 15 years, as well as older trees which hint at the use of the land over the past 300 years.

daffodils in the walled garden at croome

Walled garden

Visit the private walled gardens at Croome every Friday, Saturday and Sunday (plus Bank Holidays) from 14 April until the end of September 2017 and see how the owners have lovingly restored the space.