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Croome - National Trust

near High Green, Worcester, WR8 9DW

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    About Croome - National Trust

    Accessibility Overview

    Croome sits in the Worcestershire countryside and features a Visitor Reception, shops, cafés, House, parkland and gardens with hikes/trails, play area and picnic area, and the RAF Defford Museum.

    There is car parking at the estate, with designated parking bays for Blue Badge holders near the Visitor Reception.

    The estate offers toilet facilities with adaptations for disabled people, which can be found in main areas, except the museum.

    The Visitor Reception and second-hand bookshop have step-free level access into and throughout them. Other points of interest are accessed via ramps/slopes or steps.

    A number of main routes around the property have ramped/sloped and gravel surfaces, with some long routes, so an adapted shuttle is available to take visitors around the site. Trampers, manual wheelchairs and sensory packs can be borrowed from the Visitor Reception. National Trust recommends booking these in advance.

    Please view our Detailed Access Guides below to find out further details, including measurements and photographs.

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