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Red Lodge Museum, Bristol: 4 reviews and 11 photos


The Red Lodge is one of those small but exquisite places. Its a Tudor house dating from around 1580, and its glory is the three oak-panlled rooms on the first floor, which are all as built. The largest room is particularly impressive, with it's huge fireplace carved from Bath stone. ornate panelling and original ceiling with plasterwork pendants.

The rooms on the ground floor got remodelled in the seventeenth century, and there is a splendid delft tile fireplace in the main room.

Address: Park Row, Bristol
Directions: Open Saturday through Wednesday, !0pm-5am. Admission is free.
Phone: +00 44 (0)117 921 1360
Website: http://www.bristolmuseums.org.uk/red-lodge-museum/

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Apr 11, 2010
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