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The Red Lodge Museum

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Red Lodge Park Row, Bristol BS1 5LJ England
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hollydayBristol wrote a review Mar 2020
bristol28 contributions14 helpful votes
a house full of history with connections relevant to us today. a must visit location for everyone. better than any tv or book about the period. this is living history preserved for us to enjoy. the guides in the house are so knowledgable a joy to listen to them
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Ann L wrote a review Dec 2019
Bristol, United Kingdom781 contributions167 helpful votes
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This museum is in Park Row next to the Trenchard Street car park The museum is FREE but donations would be gratefully received The museum is open from 1st April to 31st December each year and Saturdays to Tuesdays from 11.00 to (close for the rest of the year) I was given an information sheet which does tell you about the building and there is a garden at the back Not really suitable if you are wheelchair bound or have a pushchair as soon as you enter you go down a flight of stairs and there is no disabled access The rooms, ceilings and paintings are great and is all part of Bristol's history and is well worth a visit The museum is over 2 levels as the 3rd is not open for the public Donations can be given either at the reception or at the in a box There is a small shop for purchases by the entrance
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Hildrhedge wrote a review Dec 2019
Hereford, United Kingdom69 contributions60 helpful votes
The Jacobean carvings and panelling are incredible, as are also the wonderful ceilings. Make sure you watch the film about the discovery of the well too.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Jenny C wrote a review Nov 2019
Norwich, United Kingdom19 contributions25 helpful votes
A Tudor building hidden amongst all the Georgian buildings. Fabulous wood panelled room with wonderful carvings and plaster ceiling. An interesting insight into part of Bristol ‘s history.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Johnny_vegan wrote a review Nov 2019
Glastonbury, United Kingdom209 contributions94 helpful votes
The Red Lodge Museum is pretty much right next to the Trenchard Street car park in central Bristol and I have walked past it many times. It's a free-admission house that is set on three levels) although the top storey was closed to the public. The exquisite wooden panelled rooms, with ornate plaster ceilings and ornate fireplaces upstairs, are grand (in fact the grand oak room is apparently the only surviving Elizabethan room in Bristol), while downstairs the indoor well which was only discovered in the past decade is very interesting. Outside is a knot and herb garden which considering the busy roads outside, is quite and allows for quiet contemplation. It is a quick pit stop visit - we were there for less than an hour, but still worth a stop off.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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