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Rushton Triangular Lodge

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Michael_Thomas1958 wrote a review Jan 2020
Market Harborough, United Kingdom127 contributions62 helpful votes
This was built by the Tresham family and sits in the grounds of Rushton Hall (built in the 13th century), it has a lovely design and does not take long to visit. Parking is an issue here.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Mawther wrote a review Nov 2019
Framlingham, United Kingdom69 contributions24 helpful votes
We planned our journey home to call in to see the Triangular Lodge. Parking is not easy, a small layby on the main road takes about four cars, there is no parking on site. It is a delightful building and full of interesting quirky details, all linked to the number '3', symbolising the Holy Trinity. The outside is more interesting than the bare three floors inside. Glad we called in to see it.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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GlobetrotterNL83 wrote a review Oct 2019
Greater London, United Kingdom847 contributions85 helpful votes
Such a pretty building we enjoyed visiting for about 15 mins. Thankfully we are English Heritage members so we didn’t have to pay the entrance fee and could read some information in our handbook as there are unfortunately no information boards around the place . Bear in mind parking is in a lay-by along a road where cars drive pretty fast and that there are no toilets on site. There is a small gift shop.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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J.Peel wrote a review Oct 2019
Finedon, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
Firstly, when you visit this building just park in the layby but be careful of speeding vehicles. Then be careful of English Heritage who will be waiting for your money which is quite expensive at nearly £5 per adult and £3 per child. And why do they charge you? For their story... And their story is that this very unique building was built by some bloke called Tresham between 1593 and 1597 and that the holy trinity is represented everywhere in its architecture? I can smell something porky. There is nothing Christian about this building. I dont know which is worse: The people who make this stuff up, or the people that believe it. I would highly recommend going to visit the Triangle Lodge with an open mind and just experiencing the building for what it is:. PS. If you have kids then a quick visit to the nearby Rothwell church crypt with skulls and crossbones may prove to be a cheaper bit of fun at £1 per adult and free for kids. There are hundreds of skulls down there.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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FrNeil wrote a review Sep 2019
Birmingham, England, United Kingdom164 contributions34 helpful votes
Always have loved this place - a catholic/christian 'Trinitarian' dream - so many threes! It doesn't take long to get round but with children (a little knowledge of Latin and theology you can spend some good time here.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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