Are you looking for somewhere to meet up with family and friends in Worcestershire this summer and keep the kids entertained again and again? There’s so much going on at National Trust Croome, you could have a jam-packed fun filled summer with their Summer of Play.
Let the kids create, explore, move, wonder, and make-believe, with a giant birds nest, a festival inspired stage, garden games, mud kitchens, nature weaving, yoga, cloud gazing, craft activities, geology days, storytelling, sculptural sound installation and so much more. The only question is, which will you do first?
You could start by exploring the beautiful parkland with Summer of Play activities around every corner, picnic spots galore, nature and wildlife to spot, and plenty of places to run and have fun. Then head to the House to find a sculptural sound installation and engage the kids with contemporary art, and if it’s more activities they’re after, make your way to the basement where you’ll find an activity room with paper crafts, colouring projects and a reading nook.
There’s so much to do and something for everyone, try it all and find out which is the favourite.
Chantelle Williams, Visitor Experience & Operations Manager at Croome says “We’re all so excited about our summer of play offer- we have a real festival feel to the parkland and after your admission, the number of free activities to enjoy is great! My favourite area is the Rotunda where you can stop and take a breath in nature with our yoga and cloud gazing activities – although I do also love the performance area!”.
Summer of Play at Croome is from 26 July until 3 September. The parkland, visitor centre, cafe, and shop is open 10am until 5pm. The House opens from 11am until 4.30pm.
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