Discover more at Wightwick Manor at Wightwick Manor and Gardens

With an art collection to rival most national galleries; a home everyone wants to move into; a dedicated gallery of our own and a grden full of delights there is so much to do at Wightwick Manor

A view of the Drawing Room with Jacobean-style plaster ceiling at Wightwick Manor
The painted glass window on the Nursery landing at Wightwick Manor

Discover the manor and collections at Wightwick 

Explore a home full of Pre-Raphaelite art and William Morris interiors, lovingly collected by Sir Geoffrey and Rosalie, Lady Mander.

Entrance hall and interior view of Wightwick Manor

Highlights of our collection 

What are the things you absolutely cannot miss on your visit.

A view of the De Morgan Gallery showing ceramics in glass cabinets and oil painting hung on the walls
Painting depicting Romeo leaning over Juliet, who is lying on a table.

Wightwick Manor: Art and Activism 

The women of the Mander family were involved in Suffrage, politics, academia and art - find out how we will be celebrating them this year

‘Love Among the Ruins’ by Burne-Jones displayed in the Great Parlour, Wightwick Manor

The Pre-Raphaelite art collection at Wightwick 

How Wightwick Manor came to be the home of an impressive collection of Pre-Raphaelite art.

A pencil sketch depicting two lovers sitting on a bench under a tree

'Beyond Ophelia' - A Celebration of Lizzie Siddal, Artist and Poet 

Visit our new exhibition of Siddal's work from 1 March 2018. Part of Women and Power in the Midlands, here at Wightwick Manor.