Croome Park

Enjoy this wonderful National Trust parkland in Worcestershire with the whole family, and take in the wonderful sights, sounds and colours of Croome. With woodlands, statues and temples near the lakeside or views across the acres of parkland, you’re truly spoilt for choice when it comes to walking routes.

The centrepiece of Croome’s ‘Capability’ Brown-designed parkland is Croome Court, the once home of the Earls of Coventry.

Ever-changing exhibitions and contemporary installations can be seen throughout the four floors of the house. These have been created by collaborating with artists and designers as the Earl once did in the 18th century with landscape designer ‘Capability’ Brown and architect Robert Adam.

The remains of the Croome’s historic contents can also be seen in contemporary displays and in open stores.

Volunteer-led tours also share the many layers of Croome’s history.

In the basement, Kitty Fisher’s coffee house is a perfect spot to have a break during your visit to grab a cup of tea or coffee and light bite.

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