WELCOME TO
SULGRAVE MANOR

A UNIQUE VENUE WITH A FASCINATING HISTORY

Sulgrave Manor is a Tudor and Georgian house built by direct ancestors of George Washington, the first President of the United States. Discover how Civil War, financial ruin, and a shipwreck led to Washington’s great-grandfather seeking a fresh start in the New World.

Explore Sulgrave Manor, an accredited museum, which comes to life with costumed interpreters, interactive games and engaging displays. Set in a picturesque village some thirty miles from both Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon, Sulgrave Manor’s compact size, inviting gardens and café serving hot and cold drinks, light lunches and tasty homemade cakes, make it an ideal family destination.

Events at Sulgrave Manor

Spring has sprung at Sulgrave Manor!

We are really happy to be welcoming visitors back to Sulgrave Manor this season. We have recently introduced free-flow access to the house, which is good news if you prefer to enjoy the manor at your own pace.

The house, garden and Tea Room open from 11am with the house shortly afterwards at 12 noon until 5pm on a Thursday, Friday and Sunday. Last entry is at 4pm so arrive with enough time to make the most of your visit, we recommend at least an hour. We look forward to seeing everyone soon! ​

We are really happy to be welcoming visitors back to Sulgrave Manor this season. We have recently introduced free-flow access to the house, which is good news if you prefer to enjoy the manor at your own pace.

The house, garden and Tea Room open from 11am with the house shortly afterwards at 12 noon until 5pm on a Thursday, Friday and Sunday. Last entry is at 4pm so arrive with enough time to make the most of your visit, we recommend at least an hour. We look forward to seeing everyone soon! ​