Red Lodge Museum, Bristol

The Red Lodge is a historic house museum, which would have served as an additional guest house in the 16th-century. Since then it has changed hands several times and was used as a school before becoming a museum in 1956.

Exhibits vary room to room, with each room restored differently.

Admission is free.

Public Domain
Public Domain
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