Wightwick Manor and Gardens is a Victorian house constructed by Theodore Mander and holds the prestigious Grade I listing on the National Heritage. Spanning 17 acres, the estate encompasses woodlands, gardens, and various structures, including remnants of an earlier Jacobean manor house, stables, an old malt house, a gift shop, and a second-hand collection of Pre-Raphaelite paintings by Rossetti, Burne-Jones, and their followers. This manor uniquely features the works of 13 professional female artists on permanent public display, a distinction unparalleled among National Trust properties. A tea room is available for pre-booked visitors, offering a limited but delightful range of takeaway hot and cold drinks, sandwiches, sweet and savoury snacks, and cakes. Wightwick Manor and Gardens is an undiscovered hidden gem in a distinctive historical setting.
• Architecture Structure
• Art Collection.
1 adult family £21
Pre-booked School Visits per pupil £5