Sulgrave Manor

US and Union flags flying in front of a 16th century manor house.

    • Sulgrave Manor was set up in the 1920s as a symbol of the rich network of links that bind the United Kingdom and the United States together. It was built by George Washington's direct ancestor in the middle of the 16th century and is now restored to show how the gentry of the period lived. An early 18th wing shows the style of George's own period. The largest UK collection of Washington memorabilia is on permanent display.
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