Welcome To Sulgrave Manor - Historic house and wedding venue
Sulgrave Manor is a Tudor and Georgian manor house that was built by George Washington’s British forefathers. It is a wonderful example of Tudor design brought to life through the remarkable story of an extraordinary family.
Tours by our friendly and informative guides explore the history of the house and how Civil War, financial ruin and a shipwreck led to the Washington family seeking a new life in a new land, where their descendant would become the first President of the United States of America.
Set within a
picturesque rural village about thirty miles from both Oxford and
Stratford-Upon-Avon, Sulgrave Manor’s compact size, family friendly gardens and
large café make it ideal for all the family. Sulgrave Manor also makes a beautiful wedding venue and weddings take place all year round.
June 23rd: 'Tea With Noel Coward' - after a very successful performance in April we are pleased to welcome back award winning director John Foley whose tribute to a man and his music played to sell out audiences at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. 3:30pm, £15. Booking is required: firstname.lastname@example.org
June 23rd: We are pleased to be opening our gardens as part of National Gardens Scheme within Sulgrave Village from 2pm-6pm
June 30th: Independence Day Celebrations - we are excited to be hosting a day of American themed activities including battle re-enactments with live musket fire, American BBQ and cream sodas, cheerleaders, baseball and much more. 11am-4pm, £2 adults, £1 children
Please see our What's On for further information.