The Red Lodge Museum (grid reference ST582731) is a historic house museum in Bristol, England. The original building was Tudor/Elizabethan, and construction began in 1579–1580, possibly to the design of Sebastiano Serlio. The main additional building phases are from the 1730s and the early 19th century.
The Red Lodge is a free museum but runs on donations, and is managed as a branch of Bristol City Council.
|Monday||11:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Tuesday||11:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Saturday||11:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Sunday||11:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
Philip Walker | Jun 27, 2018
A hidden gem of a museum in the heart of Bristol. There is one of the best examples of a Tudor period oak panelled rooms in the country. A well and beautiful garden paradise is also here. Bristol's best kept secret...
Rachel Latham | Dec 21, 2017
So cool! Staff are really nice and full of fun information. It's a cool little secret place in Bristol and a good place to take visitors to the city. Just round the corner from Brandon Hill too so a super cool Bristol tourist day destination!
Ebun Faturoti | Dec 12, 2017
Unless we missed something there really wasn't a lot. Would have been 1 star but the staff were very nice and helpful with the buggy.
Robert Pennells | Mar 27, 2018
Fascinating period home - definitely worth a look!
Caroline Carnoy | Aug 3, 2017
A well conserved hidden gem. The staff greeted us when we entered this free museum to give us something to read about the building and the lifestyle of the house back in the days. Nice and quiet little garden and great collection of paintings! Would highly recommend!
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