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Filming and venue hire at Wightwick Manor

An exterior view of the black and white framed Wightwick Manor in the autumn sunshine with white roses in the foreground.
Wightwick Manor and Gardens | © National Trust Images/David Levenson

Wightwick is open to the public all year round, but we're also a popular location for filming and regularly asked about hosting weddings – so here's a guide to what we can do and how to get in touch to find out more.

Commercial filming and photography

Wightwick offers a beautiful location for photography and filming. All commercial filming and photography requests are handled by the National Trust's film team.

Visit their webpage to search for suitable locations and contact them first to arrange all filming requirements. If you want to discuss the location with us and possible timings then drop us an email.

Amateur filming and photography

If you are an amateur, school or university group then contact us directly by email, detailing what and when you would like to film and we will try to help. Please note, that filming and photography that falls into this catergory is not permitted in the Manor itseslf.

Individual amateur photography is welcome across the site, we ask that you don't use flash or tripods in the house. Please note that drones are not permitted at Wightwick Manor and Gardens.

Room hire

Situated in the Old Manor, our meeting room is available for hire. It seats up to 16 boardroom and can accommodate 20 theatre style. The room comes equipped with projector, WiFi and flipchart as well as lobby with kitchenette for tea and coffee.

The team can also arrange for the tea-room to supply lunch in the meeting room or in the tea-room itself. Email for more information.

Wedding photography

Please note: Wedding photography bookings are suspended for the foreseeable furture whilst our conservation repairs on the exterior of the Manor take place.

Wedding photography within our gardens is something which is of increasing interest. If you would like to book a wedding photography shoot in our gardens, you can contact us to find out more. Email us for more information.

We can no longer hold civil ceremonies at Wightwick Manor or host interior photoshoots, but if you require drinks and canapes before or after your photo sessions we can also arrange this through our Food and Beverage Team.

Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton, designed by Edward Ould for the Mander family and built between 1887-8

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