A family day out at National Trust Croome

        
A family  day out at National Trust Croome

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Enjoy some fun at Croome with lots to keep the family entertained.

Natural play area

Discover the natural play area where children can test their balance on tree trunks, build dens, sit on the wooden throne and scramble over logs amongst the trees.  Picnic benches scattered around are the perfect place to watch over them.

RAF themed playground

Children can let their imagination run wild in the RAF themed playground with a control tower, scramble net, bunker, jeep, slides and swings.

Treehouse with a twist

See our new Adam Speaks treehouse which wraps around one of the giant cedar trees in the park- built at low level it means it's accessible to visitors of all abilities.

Bird hide

Ssssh - if you keep quiet you can see the birds feasting at the feeders.  See if you can spot a cheeky squirrel too.

Hidden house

See the giant model in the basement of the house - take it apart and see if you can rebuild it.

Activity room

Have fun colouring in the activity room at the house.

Explorer rucksacks

Borrow a free explorer rucksack from reception full of fun activities for all the family.

School holiday trails

Get out and about in the parkland with our themed outdoor trails.

Dogs at Croome

Your pooch is very welcome at Croome. Dog friendly maps, downloadable walks, water bowls, waste bags/bins and tether points make your walk with your dog more enjoyable.

Your dog can go anywhere on 63c6967701c427818bc3b4c0fe367c95.jpga lead around the park and lakeside, with acres of parkland to be explored why not try our dog friendly trail too.

Downloadable dog friendly trail

Accessibility

Powered mobility scooters and manual wheelchairs are available to book.  Visit our access page https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/croome/features/access-for-all-at-croome

For full event listing visit our What's On page https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/croome/whats-on

Archery

An Archery GB qualified instructor will show you how to shoot a 'Recurve Bow' with as much time spent shooting arrows as possible.  This event is suitable for 8+ years and adults. All bows, arrows and safety equipment are supplied. The event takes place on Sunday, 25 June, 10am-4.30pm, £7 per person.   Please book your place by contacting Really Rural by visiting www.eventbrite.co.uk, emailing info@reallyrural.co.uk or calling 01885 489104.

Dogs at Croome

Your pooch is very welcome at Croome. Dog friendly maps, downloadable walks, water bowls, waste bags/bins and tether points make your walk with your dog more enjoyable.

Your dog can go anywhere on a lead around the park and lakeside, with acres of parkland to be explored why not try our dog friendly trail too.

Downloadable dog friendly trail

Due to several incidents recently, we are reviewing the situation with regard to dog off leads and will announce our new dog policy in June.

Currently dogs are allowed to run off the lead in Horse Close when there are no stock in the field. 

Horse Close is to the field to the north of the property c2cb8387f894c9aa24274ddf5598fb6b.pngon the right as you emerge into the parkland from visitor reception.

images supplied by Andrew Butler

I went to Croome for a day out and was very  pleasantly surprised at how fabulous it was and how much there was to do ! I went on a Sunday afternoon and ran out of time.

The grounds are beautiful and because I took my dog we explored them and lost complete track of time, as we explored the church, house, river and secret garden with a quick look at the RAF buildings too. Thankfully we had time to have a cup of tea and a slice of cake in the lovely cafe.

I'll be going back very soon and making a day of it this time and booking in the archery lessons!




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