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Join the Lord of the Manor’s servants as they bring Sulgrave Manor to life and help pupils to discover more about our fascinating history.

As you may know, every year Sulgrave Manor is closed to visitors from the beginning of October until Easter. During this time we carry out conservation works to the house and our collections. Usually we are able to continue with school visits during this time, however thanks to a generous donation this year we are able to undertake essential restoration work to help us conserve Sulgrave Manor for the future. Unfortunately, during this time we are unable to welcome schools on site.

Whilst we are closed we will be taking the opportunity to develop our schools programme, to ensure we continue to provide unforgettable learning experiences. If you or your school are interested in taking part through surveys, focus groups or pilot sessions at your school, please contact Emma on education@sulgravemanor.org.uk for more information.

  • “Ursula met us at the gate playing the recorder and stayed in her character role the whole time. She was brilliant. She did a great job constantly connecting the old Tudor way of doing things with what the children do today. Ursula told them about the "wind holes" that turned into the word 'windows'! I learned a lot, as well as, the children!”

    Year 1 Teacher