Sulgrave Manor, 1539


Sulgrave, Near Banbury

Oxfordshire, United Kingdom OX17 2SD


Open: Weekends and Bank Holidays, April - October and Tuesday - Sunday during August
11:00 am - 5:30 pm


Phone: 01295-760-205, 011 44 1295 760205 (from US)
Fax: 011 44 1295 768056


Sulgrave Manor is a superb example of a 16th century Manor House and Garden. It was built by Lawrence Washington, direct ancestor of George Washington, the first President of the United States of America. In 1914, Sulgrave Manor was presented by a body of British subscribers to the Peoples of Great Britian and the United States, in celebration of the Hundred Years of Peace between the two nations. In 1924, the NSCDA raised $112,000 from 35,000 subscribers to endow the Manor and Grounds in perpetuity.


From Junction 11 of the M40: At the round-about at the top of the exit slip road, follow the signs for A422 to Brackley. Pick up the brown tourist signs at the next roundabout by taking the first exit onto the B4525. From Junction 15s of the M1: Follow the signs