The Old Manor Shop at Wightwick
Facing away from the new Manor building the grand old porch of the original Manor looks onto Wightwick bank, the old cart track to Tettenhall from the canal. Inside is our shop and where part of the old building used to be is our plant centre.
Come and explore the three separate rooms on the ground floor of the Old Manor, where you will find our ever popular National Trust product ranges as well as a unique room dedicated to Arts & Crafts products that reflect the individual character of our property.
Keeping you safe
Face coverings are recommended in enclosed, crowded areas.
Hand sanitiser will be available should visitors wish to use it. Thank you for making this a safe experience for everyone. At this time, we prefer card payments please.
Our shop is open and offers something for everyone. Whether it’s environmentally-friendly swaps for a more sustainable life, a gift for a loved one or an indulgence for yourself, every purchase helps us look after Wightwick, for everyone, for ever.
Outdoors, Home and Fashion Shop
The aptly named Outdoor Collection designed and produced exclusively for the National Trust offers a wide range of essential items that will truly enhance your rambles, walks and visits. Robust, sustainable, and attractive the range includes rucksacks, bags, drink bottles of various sizes and other many useful items that will enhance any outside activity - even socks made from bamboo! Value and quality are guaranteed.
If your engagement with the outdoors is of a more sedate nature, the Shop has many eye-catching fashion accessories, including jaunty hats, striking jewellery and colourful scarves that will warm you up on an autumn stroll.
Arts and Crafts Shop
Our unique Morris Room offers further purchasing pleasures. Here you can find so many pleasing and useful articles for your home - and those of family and friends. The thoughtful use of Morris and Co designs to enhance these objects of delight will bring back happy memories of your visit to the House and Gallery. The room also proudly celebrates the philosophy of the Arts and Crafts movement with unique gifts crafted by British ceramic artists, including our popular De Morgan range.
Our plant centre, which is located just outside the shop, is laid out to emulate the character of the Thomas Mawson who designed the gardens at Wightwick. We pride ourselves on our seasonal plant selection the majority of which are sourced locally. We also try to reflect the plants growing in the grounds as much as possible.
Our plant sales are complemented by useful and attractive Garden items and ornaments. The range includes such delights as the ceramic bird feeders and a magnificent Bug Hotel.