|The opening of Sulgrave to the public in 1921.|
|Sulgrave in the late 19th century, before it's west wing was restored.|
The Washington family arms, the 'mullets and bars', still decorates the doorway on the southwest porch, and it's this crest that is thought to have influenced the design of the U.S. 'stars and stripes.'
Sulgrave Manor can be visited on weekends between March and the end of October, bank holidays between April and the end of October, and Tuesdays in August. Private group tours can also be booked, and Sulgrave hosts many special events throughout the year.
|The Tudor building has been restored to it's former glory which|
reflected the wealth of the wool trade in the 16th century.
|"The Constitution is the guide which|
I will never abandon." ~George Washington