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Due to restoration on the Manor we will be unable to take Group or School booking until April 2019.
Our 2019 Visitor Opening will run from Thursday 11th April 2019 until Sunday 29th September every Thursday, Friday and Sunday – 11am – 5pm

The House opens at 12 noon and Tea Room closes at 4.30pm. Last entry 4pm.

Groups of 20 or more can visit by appointment and independent visitors can book a private tour by arrangement (see group visit page).


Admission allows entry to both the house and garden. Season tickets are also available.

Free-flow access to the house will allow you to enjoy the house in your own time.

Wheelchair access around the site and gardens is fair with gravel paths. Wheelchair access throughout the Manor House is limited to the Porch & Screens Passage, Great Hall and Kitchen. If you have any questions regarding access please email enquiries@sulgravemanor.org.uk

Group Tours and Private visits are welcome throughout the year by prior arrangement. See Group Visits for details.

Please note that we only allow assistance dogs on to the site.

Admission Fees

House and Garden Entry

Gift Aid*








Child (Aged 5-16 yrs)



Family (Family Ticket includes 2 adults and up to 3 children)



Season Ticket



Single Adult

One named person with an individual card.


Joint Season Ticket

Two named people each with their own individual card.


Adult plus Guest Season Ticket

One named person and able to bring a guest free of charge.


Family Season Ticket

Two adults and up to 3 children (aged 5-16) living at the same address.


There is no admission fee for visitors to enjoy the Courtyard Tea Room or Gift Shop, however please note that during special event days tea room only access may be restricted.

Under 5s go free

Free on-site parking

*In order to qualify as a gift, we are required to charge at least 10% more than standard admission which allows Sulgrave Manor Trust to benefit by claiming an additional 26% of tax back from the government. Money raised from our gift aid goes toward vital conservation and restoration projects.

Further information can be found on HMRC’s website.