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The Red Lodge Museum, Bristol

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  • We were surprised at how interesting this comparatively small museum was, but we were very lucky that there was a very knowledgeable and helpful guide present who was able to enhance our visit. The mo...  more »
  • A small museum close to the centre of Bristol. Free entry. It doesn't take long to go round this historic building which has been lovingly preserved and well maintained. A pleasant way to spend an hou...  more »
  • Located in an otherwise unremarkable street scene is this little historical oasis in the middle of Bristol. If you like history, definitely stop by here and learn about the very interesting past of th...  more »
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  • Free guided tour by a Elizabethan-era servant dressed woman. Oldest remained architecture of the era in West country. Great and informative visit.
  • Really great free attraction in the centre of Bristol. Staff are friendly and welcomed me as soon as I entered offering a guide to walk around the house with. The oak paneled rooms have to be seen to be believed as there is nothing else like it. Felt more information could have been provided as an option for those who love knowing the history of objects and what were in the rooms that were out of bounds to the public.
  • A hidden gem - well worth a visit.
  • A lovely, almost secret, gem in the city. The rooms are a surprise! such an old building inside a new one, which is what has preserved it. The panelled rooms are amazingly restored. My one star missing is because I felt I was being watched on my entire visit by a lady with a clipboard who was following a member of staff around. I just wanted to experience the building. Also, the one and only question I asked was so specific that unfortunately they were unable to answer it. My compliments to the gardener who has managed to attract bees to such a small outdoor, but tranquil place.
  • A beautiful Tudor (built 1580) house. The oak panelling in the Elizabethan rooms has been there so long that the soft parts of the wood have shrunk to leave deeply textured dark surfaces. The south facing garden has been restored in the style of the period and is a quiet place in the heart of the city. A good trysting location.