Blaise Castle House Museum, Bristol
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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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The house it's self on the out side is a very nice place to be. The in side needs a bit of attention but nice nevertheless. It's free after all and not any less interesting because of this.the play ar... read more »
Have been to Blaise Castle many times growing up but never in the museum. We decided to go in and it was lovely. Its quite small but a fab little place to spend an hour and the kids loved the school r... read more »
Came for a play in the park and a walk to the castle. The park is lovely, lots for all ages so we started off great... But... Finding the castle proved tricky! There is only ONE sign telling you its i... read more »
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.
Decent enough museum with good stuffs. Worth the visit if you are planning to Bristol
Great views of the suspension bridge!
I lived in henbury for many years at16 years old I was a member of henbury youth club we spent sundays playing cricket &other ball games also watched goram fair in front of the house My sister in laws wedding reception was held there this was in the 50,s great times have since returned for a visit from Spain Still beautiful but lacks the community touch time moves on not always for the best dave cox Spain
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The best place in bristol and a wonderfull nature
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