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Blaise Castle House Museum, Bristol
(3.9/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
Peek into a day in the life of 18th-century England at Blaise Castle House Museum, which preserves the lifestyle, art, clothing, and toys of the estate's former inhabitants. Housed in an 18th-century Georgian residence that was once inhabited by English nobility and their servants, the museum shows visitors what people wore, what toys children played with, what the schooling was like, and how the cooking and cleaning got done. You'll also learn about the history of the house and estate. After touring the museum, move on to the grounds to explore the 18th-century Gothic castle that was the foundation of the estate. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Blaise Castle House Museum by using our Bristol itinerary builder.
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  • We went on a hot day so my views may be biased due to the weather, but it was such a beautiful place! We walked for around 2 hours and I am so glad we took a camera as the viewing points on the paths ...  more »
  • I visited because of a university project. The house itself could do with a bit of a revamp and the exhibitions look a little old but overall the place is charming and interesting. The museum is free ...  more »
  • We did not enter the house but walked around the park and visited the community garden, This garden is being restored by local people who give their time to this project. The work and effort involved ...  more »
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  • The museum itself was not very interesting for a 10 and 12 year old. Neither were the parks for the 12 year old. There is a nice walk to the castle all the same, and lots of open space for fun and games.
  • This place is great for a day out with the family with no cost. Plenty of open space for relaxing, lots of people's having bbq's and with 2 parks for the kids and a cafe everyone is happy. Plenty off places to explore with nice walks through the forest and a museum in the house. Already have a fun day out here.
  • Nice collection. Good walk.
  • Decent enough museum with good stuffs. Worth the visit if you are planning to Bristol
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