Croome, High Green, Worcester - Designed by Lancelot "Capability" Brown. It was built between 1751 & 1752. One of the finest examples of Neo-Palladian architecture in Worcestershire. Notable Neo-Palladian features incorporated into Croome Court include the plain exterior & the corner towers with pyramidal roofs. In 2007, it was bought by The Croome Heritage Trust who have leased it to the National Trust for 10 years who will manage it whilst raising funds for its restoration.
Applications for StART at the Station are now available until October 16, 2016 Applications are now available for our annual gift giving themed show stART at the Station held at Union Station in Worcester.
Vote for WARL today! We're celebrating Thanksgiving with a new round of GiveLitter™ that allows online voters to donate up to 30,000 pounds of litter to two New England animal shelters. Voting runs from November 18th through the 24th. Vote daily to donate litter to Providence Animal Rescue League in Rhode Island and Worcester Animal Rescue League in Massachusetts. Click to vote!
Sitting high on a dark hillside outside of a small town in Upstate New York, The Ravenloft Castle looks like it escaped from the pages of Grimm’s fairy tales. Complete with Gothic windows, turrets, towers, steep parapeted roofs, crumbling walls, and a courtyard overgrown with shrubs and trees The Ravenloft Castle has been a landmark and a source of stories both real and romantic for almost 100 years.