National Trust's Croome
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About the garden
April - 4th Nov 2018, open daily: Park 09:00 - 17:30 House 11:00 - 16:30 Restaurant 09:00 - 17:00 Shop 10:00 - 17:00 RAF museum 11:00 - 16:30 5th Nov - 31st Dec 2018, open daily (except 24/25 Dec, closed): Park 10:00 - 16:30 House 11:00 - 16:00 Restaurant 10:00 - 16:00 Shop 10:00 - 16:00 RAF museum 11:00 - 16:00
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Worcestershire, WR8 9DW
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from 2780 Google reviews
9 months ago
Croome National Trust is a wonderful location that features fun for all ages. Upon arrival, there is plenty of parking available on site. You will then have to choose between walking around the grounds of Croome or catching up on the history of the area, with a War Museum on site. The grounds are host to grand architecture, from old churches, green houses and the stately home itself. The walk around these grounds can vary from 45 minutes to 1:30 depending on the route you take. The grounds have gravelled pathways available so it is suitable for push chairs and wheel chairs too. Unlike other National Trust sites, Croome allows you to discover some of the house's history by stepping foot inside. At current, the basement and 1st floor is open to the public and there are plenty of guides available to share the history of ownership and restoration. Outside of the home, you can discover lots of other buildings and bridges dotted around the grounds, there is plenty to see and do here and you will not be disappointed. AT.
5 months ago
The grounds at this national trust are amazing, we walked through and headed towards the church and the views were breathe taking. There's an RAF museum here by the entrance which was nice to look around and a nice addition to this national trust as ive never seen that before, the play park is great for young and older children and in a RAF theme. There's quite a walk to the main house although there is a shuttle buggy which is available throughout the day. The walk towards the house and around the lake is beautiful and I highly recommend walking round the lake on your visit, the house inside isn't on the best condition but it's nice to have a look around, when we were there the other day they had garden games available to play also including volleyball, hula hoops, balance boards etc. There was a trail looking for surfboards and if you found all the letters and found the word it makes you get a badge and a bracelet at the end which was nice. There are walled gardens that you can walk around for an additional £5 per adult and children are free.
10 months ago
Fabulous day all 4 of us loved the amazing views and wonderful weather. A long queue at the cafe. The grounds are just beautiful. The father-in-law loved the information the guide was able to tell us. A very small museum but well worth a visit.
8 months ago
Excellent gardens and surroundings to visit in family and taking your dog. The house is a strong part of the history of the reason but you expect to see lavish interiors you’ll be disappointed, since still a lot of work going on and deep conservation work must be done. There is also the walled gardens which aren’t part of the NT property but it worth the visit ( fee is £5) with free coffee, tea or ice cream
10 months ago
A Nation trust property, firstly the day I went the top floor wasn't open yet they still charged full price. The house was built unusually by capability brown with later additions by Robert Adam. Very little furniture , and it's all a bit underwhelming. A nice simple church and some great grounds make up for what the house lacks. There was also an airbase here during the war and there is an interesting little museum on site