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.
Innovative, imaginative and creative…some of the words to describe the artistic approach taken to the display of the returning historic collection at Croome.
An exhibition of over 30 works by Jilly Oxlade-Arnott is on show at Croome until the end of September 2018. Learn more about it here and find out how you could win one of her works.
Our new Antony Bridge portrait exhibition coincides with the National Trust’s year of ‘Women and Power’ programme, celebrating 100 years since some women were given the vote.
Coming soon, Amy Jayne Hughes, a London-based ceramicist exhibits her work ‘Ceramic Landscape’ a new garniture set based on Croome’s porcelain collection in the Saloon in the house.
Read all about our latest participatory project entitled Adam Speaks to create a Robert Adam inspired tree-house in the parkland.
Search through archive boxes in ‘I Am Archive’ and learn more about some of some of Croome’s fascinating stories.
An exhibition of over 40 paintings by local artist Antony Bridge, Croome’s artist-in-residence, is on show at Croome until the end of May 2018.
Women and Power: National Trust shines a light on women’s histories to celebrate the anniversary of female suffrage in 2018
The ‘Plumlines’ exhibition is a collection of real life stories expressed through 188 one-hundred word poems, written by people from across Worcestershire.
Step into the basement of Croome Court and discover characters from Croome’s long history encapsulated within a pair of shoes.
Many items from Croome’s collection have returned after years of being away from home. Select pieces are now on show in the house.
Discover the secrets of the Second World War airbase wartime buildings which are now our Visitor Centre and museum.
Currently, Croome is experiencing a complete reversal of fortune. Jane Gallagher looks back on the dispersal of the Coventry collection in the 20th century and its inspiring return in the 21st.