Very interesting place, some war history and a lovely place to walk around, dogs allowed so a good afternoon spent and a nice cup of tea too!!!
We went on a lovely scenic walk around the grounds. Unfortunately, we went on a Tuesday when the house is closed. The sun made all the difference! The only complaint I have is that you can hear the sound of the nearby motorway which spoils the peace and serenity.
We had a whistle stop visit and walked from the car park to the House. There is plenty of potential for future visits, as the NT are planning to have a museum dedicated to RADAR which featured at the park during WWII. The grounds are worth a look and we plan to return in the summer. Unfortunately, the house has... More
Used to visit Croome court as it was then now Croome park when I was a child great to see the building has been saved by the National Trust. the grounds are superb with a great old church. the main building although lacking in artefacts or furniture has a depth of historical information. entrance is good value for money but... More
Chose to visit Croome Park National Trust en route to an overnight stay in Malvern. It was a lovely day although a little chilly. We visited the church on the way to Croome Park well worth a visit. The home itself was fascinating with the NT volunteer taking us around the rooms. Unfortunately due to restoration work we were not... More
My partner and I visited Croome Park on 11 Jan, a lovely sunny still day. It was the first time we had been and the whole experience was very memorable. The parkland is beautiful, with sweeping views across to the Malvern hills. The church is a stunning piece of Gothick (exterior by Capability Brown interior by Robert Adam, with wonderful... More
Another one of my faves- gotta love any parkland designed by the brilliant Capability Brown. A lovely retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city :)
We were very pleased to find this National Trust property open in January. It's a vast estate. I'd booked the Tramper, but because the property was a victim of the January floods, I wasn't able to use it. We did, however, walk out to the church, where there are good views of a lot of the park. More able bodied... More
There aren't a lot of places to see in January and it was great to see that the National Trust has started opening some sites on a trial basis. Croome Park has just been with them for four years now and it is remarkable how much has already been accomplished. The staff were very accomodating and friendly. It might be... More
Hundreds of acres of changing landscape with many footpaths. The artificial river is nearly 2 miles long. The house, Croome Court, is also designed by Brown. It is about to be restored but is none the less fascinating. Great with families room to stretch your legs and the house is largely childproof at the moment.
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