The Parkland and Outdoors at Croome

The lakeside in the ‘Capability’ Brown parkland is the perfect place to explore with temples, follies and statues around every corner. The natural play area and the RAF themed playground is a fun way to spend an afternoon with your family. Why not explore with one of our downloadable walks.

The parkland with Croome court in the background

Making the most of your visit to Croome 

There’s so much to see during your visit. Whether it’s an hour, half a day or whole day, we’ve compiled the ‘must sees’ to make the most of time.

Walking at Croome

Duntall Castle waiting to be explored

Croome's outer eye-catchers 

Venture further afield to one of our many outer eye-catchers. Our free Panorama Tower and Dunstall Castle open days throughout the year give you an opportunity to explore inside and take in the views.

Wildlife, Flora and Fauna at Croome

Fun things for families at Croome

trowels for digging

The ‘Lost Hamlet of Croome’ 

Here at Croome we will be telling a lesser known story about the parkland through archaeology, visual art and performance. Find out how you can get involved.

Croogles developed with children from Grove primary school in Malvern

Croogles at Croome 

Croogles is a new experience for children to explore to the outdoors. Designed especially for Croome, Croogles was developed by local nursery children with the help of staff, parents and artist Emma Bowen

family having a picnic at Croome

Picnics at Croome 

Nothing can beat a picnic on a sunny summer's day at Croome with picnic spots to suit everyone in the parkland.

Outdoors Conservation at Croome

St Mary Magdalene Church

St Mary Magdalene Church Croome 

Read about St Mary Magdalene Church at Croome

Coade stone Sphinx at Croome

Coade stone at Croome 

Find out about the Coade stone features at Croome and our 'Eleanor Coade garden tours'.

fisheye photo of peonies in the croome walled gardens

The Walled Gardens 

The privately owned and recently restored Walled Gardens are open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday and Bank Holidays until 29 September 2019. There is a £5 admission fee for the gardens payable to the owners Chris and Karen Cronin.