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Croome Park, Severn Stoke, Worcestershire

Croome Park
High Green
Severn Stoke
Worcestershire

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'Capability' Brown was chosen by the 6th Earl of Coventry in the 18th century to create an innovative landscape design for Croome which was Brown's first. Take a stroll around the elegant Park buildings, alongside the River and Lake, peep inside the Sabrina's Grotto and step inside Croome Court.

- Relax in our 1940s style Canteen in the restored WWII RAF buildings

- Take part in our year round events for all the family

- Head out on an 'eye-catching' walk into the wider estate

- Enjoy the Court's evocative empty spaces whilst we embark on fundraising to secure its long term future

- Take the kids to let off steam at our new RAF themed Play Area

Croome lies 9m south of Worcester & is signposted from the A38 and B4084. Exit 1 off M50 (A38N) & Exit 7 off M5 (B4084 to Pershore).

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Nearest UK Airport: Birmingham
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes - Only if pre-booked
Car Parking: Yes - 2.50; Free if visiting garden
Admission Price: Adult 5; Child (6-16) - 2.50; Family - 12.60
NT members and under 5s free
Catering: 1940s style canteen serving drinks, cakes, sandwiches and light lunches

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