The Red Lodge Museum is temporarily closed until further notice. Please check the venue's website for the latest details.
Often described as Bristol's 'hidden treasure' because of its magnificent Tudor rooms and recreated knot garden, the Red Lodge was built c 1580.
The Great Oak Room retains its original plasterwork ceiling, oak panelling, interior porch and carved chimneypiece. The house was altered in the early 18th century and the remaining rooms are furnished in Stuart and Georgian styles.