Take a peek inside one of Croome's eye-catchers which is usually closed to the public. With fantastic panoramic views across the surrounding countryside from the top of the tower, you'll understand why James Wyatt chose this location to build the Panorama Tower for the 6th Earl of Coventry in 1801.
This is a free event (normal admission applies). Donations to support caring for Croome are welcome.
Event ticket prices
This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.Check admission prices
- Meeting point
This 2 mile self-led walk starts from the Croome visitor centre. There is a map available to purchase from the shop for £2.50.
- What to bring and wear
Sensible footwear is required as there is a spiral staircase in the building.
This walk is not accessible for either wheelchairs or mobility scooters.
Dogs are welcome, they must be kept on leads in the parkland. Please note that there is no transport to or from the Panorama Tower. This is a free walk but donations are welcomed and a Walks Map is available from Croome's shop. There is limited parking near the tower but there is still a walk across a field.
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