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.

Plan your visit to Croome

Walking at Croome

family walking at croome

Things to see and do this Spring at Croome 

Discover lots of new things to see and do at Croome this spring. A downloadable walk, best spots to see our bluebells, spring flora and wildlife. There are some great ideas for family fun.

Croome Panorama Tower

Croome's outer eye-catchers 

Venture further afield to one of our many outer eye-catchers.

Fun things for families at Croome

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

Wildlife, Flora and Fauna at Croome

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 Walled Gardens are open from 11 am until 5 pm on Saturdays and Sundays until Sunday 26th September 2021. last entry is at 4 pm. Admission is £5 per adult (including National Trust members).