Visitors will have an opportunity to enjoy 360-degree views when they explore inside an unusual eye-catcher at Croome Park, near Pershore, on special open days throughout the year.

Croome will be opening the doors of the Panorama Tower where visitors can climb the spiral staircase and chat to staff whilst taking in the landscape from another perspective.

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“We’re really excited to be opening the Panorama Tower again in 2020,” said Katherine Alker, Croome’s garden and outdoors manager. “This is a fantastic opportunity for everybody to go inside this building and admire the far reaching views of the Worcestershire countryside and beyond.”

Originally designed by James Wyatt in 1801, the tower is made of Bath stone and modelled on the Tempietto Romao in Rome. 

It will be open from 11am-2pm on Sunday, January 26, Wednesday, February 19, and Saturday, March 14 and further dates throughout the year.