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National Trust at Croome

Please visit the National Trust website for latest information on visiting Croome.

There’s more than meets the eye at Croome. A secret wartime airbase, now a visitor centre, was once a hub of activity for thousands of people. Outside is the grandest of English landscapes, ‘Capability’ Brown’s masterful first commission, with commanding views over the Malverns. The parkland was nearly lost, but is now great for walks and adventures with a surprise around every corner. At the heart of the park lies Croome Court, once home to the Earls of Coventry. The 6th Earl was an 18th century trend-setter, and today Croome follows his lead by using artists and craftspeople in the house to tell the story of its eclectic past in inventive ways, perfect for making new discoveries.

Whilst at Croome visit Croome Gallery and Pottery located in the lovely walled garden. This beautiful space is filled with locally produced art and ceramics. They are open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Bank holidays from 11 – 4pm. Please note you need a ticket to Croome National Trust to access the Gallery and Pottery.

Croome has accessible toilets.

Photo credits: image 1: Tracey Blackwell; images 2 & 4: James Dobson; image 3: John Hubble


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