The Mansion House at Croome

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.

Visitor walking through 'The Golden Box'

Croome exhibitions and collection 

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.

A selection of brushes for conservation work

Conservation in action at Croome 

Croome aims to show, share and involve our visitors in our conservation work, indoors and out whenever possible – come and find out more.

Croome stairs to the first flloor

Croome Court first floor 

Explore the first floor of the house and hear it's story from the volunteers.

Croome Tapestry Room Fireplace The Met

The fireplaces of Croome 

Find out more about some of the 30 surviving fireplaces in the house.

Croome nuns outside the red wing

Saint Josephs Roman Catholic School 

Find more about when Croome Court was used as a school.

Croome Hare Krishna Deities

The Hare Krishna movement at Croome 

Read about the time when Croome Court was home to the Hare Krishna movement.

The House Manager investigates the ceiling in the basement of Croome Court

Our conservation and restoration work in the Court at Croome 

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.

Croome Red Wing roof before restoration

The Red Wing at Croome 

Read about what we have done to protect and repair the Red Wing at Croome.