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We provide unforgettable learning experiences which inspire young people and bring history and nature to life. Our creative, hands-on activities deepen pupil’s understanding and capture their imaginations in our safe, inspirational setting. Book now to visit Sulgrave Manor from May 2019 onwards.

Living Long Ago (Key Stage 1)

Travel back in time and discover how our lives today compare to living long ago. Learn what life was like in Tudor England through exploring the Manor, handling replica objects and playing with Tudor toys and games.

Bugs and Bugs (Key Stage 1 and 2)

Discover the hidden world of creepy crawlies and the wonderful world of flowers in Sulgrave Manor’s gardens. Using different tools and techniques learn more about the plants and minibeasts in our gardens and plant your own seed to take back to school and watch grow. Available May to September.

Rich and Poor in Tudor England (Key Stage 2)

What was it like to live at Sulgrave Manor during the 16th century? Explore the manor and use replica objects to investigate how life was different for the Washington family and the people who served them.

  • ““The staff were superb. Our guides were welcoming, entertaining and informative. We would have stayed for longer. It was a fantastic visit. 5 Stars!” ”

    Key Stage 2 Teacher

  • ““I’m so impressed with the thought and care that has gone into the activities and the energy put in to run them. The children had a whale of a time!””

    Key Stage 2 Teacher

Life at Home and at Sea in Tudor England (Key Stage 2)

Wool was one of England’s most important exports. Discover more about the sailors and explorers who would have traded Lawrence Washington’s wool and how their life on a Tudor ship compared to the lives of the Washington family at home at Sulgrave Manor.

Congress to Campus (A-Level)

Each November, our Congress to Campus event offers and amazing opportunity for A-Level Students to meet and question two former Members of Congress. Our event forms part of a wider programme of events organise by the Eccles Centre both at the British Library and in schools and colleges around the UK.

To book a school visit to Sulgrave Manor contact the Learning Engagement Team on education@sulgravemanor.org.uk or complete our contact form. To help us with your booking please include the name of your school, year group, number of children, workshop and your preferred dates.