The National Trust at Croome, a beautiful ‘Capability’ Brown landscape, historic house and wartime museum, is striving to make Croome as accessible as possible to its visitors.
On arrival, the Visitor Centre team offer orientation to routes around the estate. Croome’s accessibility map also shows the gradients of garden paths within the parkland and where seating is available.
Visitors can pre-book one of the free electric outdoor mobility vehicles before heading off to discover the parkland with statues, temples, follies and lake.
Wheelchair friendly shuttle buses also run between the Visitor Centre and the house throughout the day.