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Shopping at Croome

A person holding a stack of National Trust books, including Jams with a Twist, Book of Scones, 100 Great Pub Walks and The National Trust School of Gardening
Shopping at Croome | © National Trust Images/James Dobson

Leave the busy high street behind and find gifts that do good in Croome's National Trust shop. Every penny spent goes towards the work we do at Croome in caring for nature, beauty and history.

National Trust shop at Croome

Located just through the visitor reception, the plant centre and shop at Croome offers a wide range of gifts for everyone. You're sure to find that perfect something for every occassion or a treat just for you.

Dogs are welcome in the shop where they can even choose their own gift.

A cushion with a floral decoration and colourful pastel throws
Decorate your home for spring with throws and cushions | © National Trust Images/James Dobson

Home accessories

Create a space you'll love to spend time in. From stylish throws and cushions to scented candles and toiletries, there's something for every home.

Fashion accessories

Whatever you need to complete your look you can find it here. From shopping bags to umbrellas in our specially-designed prints or classic neutral colours to fashionable scarves, hats and gloves, our accessories will add some style to your wardrobe.

Shoulder bags, a scarf and a hat on coat hooks
Accessories for spring with hats, scarfs and bags | © National Trust Images/James Dobson

Garden collection

Welcome wildlife into your garden with our range of bird feeders and houses. We also stock garden sculptures and outdoor mirrors to brighten up any border.

Plant centre

All of our plants are peat free and grown in the UK, with a selection of bulbs, perennials and shrubs for all year round interest.

A selection of colourful plants for sale in the shop at Croome
Plant centre at Croome | © Nina Leonard

For children

For children who love nature and wildlife, the shop has a great selection of beautifully illustrated books, quirky pocket money ideas, educational toys, and gorgeous plush animals looking for a new home.

For pets

From dog cupcakes, sustainable toys, and some of the essentials, you'll find lots for your dogs in the shop at Croome, where they will be welcomed inside.

Food and drink

We work with specialist producers to bring you fruity jams, tasty curds, crunchy biscuits and very quaffable wines, all locally sourced and UK-made. So, if you're looking for food and drink gifts, or just a delicious snack for your walk around the park, there should be something to tempt you.

Outdoor range

Whatever the weather, exciting fresh air adventures and fun family days out are sorted with an outdoor range of hiking equipment, picnic rugs, rucksacks, torches and more, including gifts for your four-legged friend.

A cap, bag and water bottle on a table
Find everything you need for your adventures in our outdoor range | © National Trust Images/James Dobson

Thank you

It is through your purchases and support that we are able to continue to care for nature, beauty and history for everyone, for ever.

Second-hand bookshop

Croome’s second-hand bookshop is a great spot to pick up a bargain and help support our conservation work. There's a dedicated team of volunteers keeping busy sorting through the donations and ensuring the shelves are constantly brimming with books.

All the profits from the second-hand bookshop go towards funding at Croome - most recently £2,500 was raised towards buying garden equipment.

Make sure to stop in at the bookshop, at our main Visitor Centre, during your next visit to Croome and pick up a bargain.

Paperbacks on a shelf in the second-hand bookshop at Shugborough Estate, Staffordshire
There's a huge selection of second-hand books to browse | © National Trust Images/David Goacher

The Gallery and Pottery in the Walled Gardens will be open from 29 March until 1 October 2024, every Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Bank Holidays 11am until 5pm. It's filled with wonderful arts and crafts from some of the best British artists and potters.

The Walled Gardens are closed on Friday. So, every Friday there is no additional entrance fee to visit the Gallery and Pottery (normal National Trust admission to Croome applies). To reach Croome Gallery & Pottery on Fridays, follow the signage to The Walled Gardens' gate, down the hill behind the gazebo.

A selection of art and craft objects inside Croome Gallery and Pottery
Croome Gallery and Pottery | © Croome Gallery and Pottery
A family with a pushchair walk in the grounds at Croome, Worcestershire. In the background Croome court can be seen.

Discover more at Croome

Find out when Croome is open, how to get here, things to see and do and more.

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Treat yourself 

Looking for the perfect gift or perhaps you're in need of some retail therapy? You can browse our full range via our online shop.