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Red Lodge
Park Row

Telephone: 0117 921 1360
Fax: 0117 922 2047
Email: general_museum@bristol-city.gov.uk

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Overview of collections

The Red Lodge retains the last surviving suite of 16th century oak panelled rooms in the city of Bristol. Originally built c.1590 as part of a larger estate, Red Lodge altered c.1730. The Great Oak Room retains its original plasterwork ceiling, oak panelling and carved stone chimney piece.

Overview of how collections are displayed

This is a period house museum and a setting for the collection of 17th century furniture and paintings. Later rooms are furnished with early Georgian items. There is a Tudor style knot garden.

Star Objects at this location

The 'Skinner' chair; a walnut bureau; the Great Oak Room.
Collection Descriptions
Costume & Textile Collection (Red Lodge)
Decorative & applied Art Collection (Red Lodge)
There is a selection of 17th century items used to furnish the Red Lodge. None, other than two iron firebacks, are o...
Fine Art Collection (Red Lodge)
There are some 17th century French portraits.

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