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Park Row
BS1 5LJ,

Often described as one of Bristol’s hidden treasures The Red Lodge offers visitors a chance to see 7 magnificent Tudor rooms built over 2 floors. It was built in 1580 as a lodge for the Great House which once stood on the site of the present Colston Hall.
The rooms tell the history of the house from Tudor origins to a Victorian girls reform school.
The Tudor Rooms include The Great Oak Room, The Small Oak Room and The Bedroom
The Georgian Rooms include a Print Room, Parlour and Reception Room
The Exhibition Room contains a display on the Red Lodge Girls Reform School
The Knot Garden is the walled garden at the Red Lodge and is an excellent example of a re-created Elizabethan-style knot garden with herbaceous borders.
Red Lodge is open Saturday - Wednesday from 10am until 5pm. (Thursday and Friday closed)

Admission Free

Access information
Access is limited because of the age and layout of the house.
Several flights of stairs, no lift
No toilet facilities
Entry to all City Council Museums is free.