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High Green WR8 9DW, England
+44 1905 371006
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Having visited Croome on several times over the years. We were delighted to be greeted with a... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
Really Interesting History

This is a wonderful place with a great deal of history especially during the Second World War. It... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Worcestershire, United Kingdom
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Step into what remains of a secret wartime air base, now our Visitor Centre, where thousands of people lived and worked in the 1940s. Walk through a masterpiece in landscape design, which is 'Capability' Brown's very first, which has been painstakingly restored for over 18 years from what was once a lost and overgrown 18th century parkland. Explore the park and lakeside to find out what conservation project we're working on this year. Find Croome Court, the home of the Earls of Coventry, at the heart of the park which has been patiently waiting for its revival. Its time has come this year as the faded house is repaired and reserviced to be able to open up all four floors in 2016. This year explore two floors of un-restored spaces, see what the builders are working on and climb the scaffold for a cup of tea on Sky Cafe.
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  • Very good37%
  • Average9%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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“walled garden” (45 reviews)
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High Green WR8 9DW, England
+44 1905 371006
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Reviewed yesterday

Having visited Croome on several times over the years. We were delighted to be greeted with a friendly welcome to the cafe to have a coffee and cake where the service was quick. However we were disappointed with the display of porcelain due to the...More

Thank geraldwmorgan
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is a wonderful place with a great deal of history especially during the Second World War. It is also a strange history that you won't believe and the grounds and house are truly amazing. I would recommend it if you have a dog as...More

Thank Kunzel40
Reviewed 1 week ago

We only had a couple of hours to visit Croome before we had to leave for a mid-afternoon event in Worcester. It should be pointed out that the positioning of the visitor centre some distance from the house means that whether you walk or take...More

Thank Businessfellow
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lots to see here, We normally have the dog, so walk around the gardens and lake. The landscaping is great, with a lovely walk around the lake. There is an RAF museum, which we haven't been in yet. The main buildings are an old WW2...More

Thank Chaz-b98
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We were pleased to see so many families out enjoying all that a visit to Croome offers. From the parking area in the orchard, to reception, cafes and grounds, there is good directional signage. There are a multitude of areas to explore, relax, picnic and...More

Thank Travelartgolf
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A lovely National Trust location which is dog friendly. We enjoyed the walk, lovely scenery and relaxed atmosphere. Dogs weren't allowed into the house which is understandable but everything else was dog friendly :-)

Thank Tas J
Reviewed 1 week ago

A National Trust venue. Lots to see including the old Crome House. An empty house with the odd bit of furniture in odd rooms. No sort of route around this house. A basement resturant/tea room. Large grounds with lots of people having picnics and walking...More

Thank betsy065
Reviewed 1 week ago

Extensive, peaceful grounds. Easy walks around the fields by footpath and to the lake side. The restoration of the house will be ongoing for a long time but despite being empty of main furnishings, you feel warm, content and welcome once inside. Plan your toilet...More

Thank venetianintown
Reviewed 1 week ago

What a suprise Croome court was having never been before we where in for a shock. first at the door we where met by a NT person who gave us the lowdown on this rather magnificent building, pointing out where we could go and where...More

Thank Roger P
Reviewed 1 week ago

The best NT properties are those with a secondary story to tell or point of interest to see thus giving real value to the overall attraction, and so it is for Croome, where for me the RAF museum is by far the best bit of...More

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Patricia M
23 September 2016|
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Response from ROWE698 | Reviewed this property |
Afraid I have not attended the Autumn market so cannot be of any help here .
Ali F
12 August 2016|
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Response from SF701 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, there is an entry charge unless you are already a national trust member
27 July 2016|
Response from freelarry |
As a National Trust property there is an entry fee payable unless you are a NT member.