The Croome Panorama Tower
Built between 1801 and 1812 as part of the Croome Park Estate for the 6th Earl of Coventry, the Panorama Tower is a domed and circular temple-style folly.
Designed by James Wyatt as an eye-catcher, it is a circular two level building. Recently restored by the National Trust, the tower has a central interior staircase that goes up to a viewing platform under the domed roof. The platform offers spectacular views of Worcester Cathedral, Capability Brown's landscaped gardens and the surrounding countryside.
Constructed from Bath stone, the tower is modelled on Rome's Tempietto Romano.
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