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The Walled Gardens at Croome Court

  • 4.6

  • from 47 Google reviews

About the garden

Britain's largest Georgian walled gardens and the meticulous restoration project of the Cronins since 2000. Open in partnership with National Trust Croome.

Opening times

Opening dates for 2018 are every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from Friday 30th March until the Sunday 30th September 11am – 5pm (last entry 4pm). Please note that the gardens will be closed to visitors on 27-29th July and 17-19th August 2018 due to private events.

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Worcestershire, WR8 9DW

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Worcestershire
WR8 9DW
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Google reviews

  • 4.6

  • from 47 Google reviews

Danielle

5 months ago

5

Lovely garden. Great information on the history and how things were and worked. The fact there was a heated wall blew my mind Never seen that before. It is £5 entry but is complimentary cup of tea or coffee with a biscuit of you choose or an ice-cream. There is also some soft drinks or water in the fridge. It is privately owned so it's not pay of national trust but I would recommend doing it at least once. I can't wait to see it next year. Only open certain times of the year. Can't remember when it opens up but closes in September.

Glenys Jamieson

9 months ago

5

I was a child and this was 65vears ago when I was 10 years old. My aunty and uncle lived there and it was a smallholding where they grew veg, fruit etc to sell at the local market. They also kept pigs and chickens. I absolutely loved going there and spent many happy times staying there during the school holidays, which I have never forgotten.

Oliver

6 months ago

5

Lovely gardens, with free refreshments including tea, coffee, ice cream and biscuits, which come as part of the entrance fee.

Kate Eastham

8 months ago

2

Real shame it’s not part of the National Trust offer. Was looking forward to seeing it, but not willing to pay an extra £5 on top of membership. Walked away disappointed.

Paula Wyllie

7 years ago

5

Wow Wow Wow The National Trust, Worcestershire county council+residents, Wychavon+residents, Upton+generally any one who can manage to allow time to visit this truly marvelous resource wont be disappointed- in my humble opinion. All i can say is we have a lot to thank the wonderful Cronins for for opening their home+lives in such an inspirational manner if u enjoy secret gardens and the possible magic that they can perform you will fall in love with this one. George William the Sixth Earl of the Coventry Family/ Capability Brown+all others who loved, lived+worked at the estate would be extremely proud of what has been achieved to date it is a heavenly addition to the very special Croome Estate-a truly unique National Trust Property. P.Wyllie- a will be regularly returning happy visitor hope to see you all there.

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