The Red Lodge Museum
This period house museum is often described as Bristol’s ‘hidden treasure’ with its magnificent Tudor decor. There are seven rooms over two floors, which tell the history of the house, from its Tudor origins to its role as a Victorian girl’s reform school.
The Great Oak Room retains its original plasterwork ceiling, oak panelling and carved stone chimney piece. Originally built c1580 as part of a larger estate and altered c1730. It also features a beautiful Tudor-style garden.
Opening Times: Seasonal opening hours – please check before you visit
Photo Credits: © Copyright Courtesy of Bristol Museums, Galleries & Archives
For further information please visit: http://www.bristol.gov.uk/museums