Please note: Due to ongoing works at Colston Hall there is currently a pedestrian diversion in place on Trenchard Street, with no access to the Red Lodge Museum from the bottom of Lodge Street / Colston Hall.
A treasure house of Egyptian mummies, art, dinosaurs and nature in a fantastic setting.
Explore Bristol through time: its places, its people and their stories.
Discover life above and below stairs in Bristol over 200 years ago.
Experience 400 years of history in Bristol’s secret treasure.
Explore the past in this beautiful historic house set in parkland through wonderful toys, clothes and contraptions.
Explore your history through 800 years of documents, letters, diaries, photos and film
The garden was restored in the 1980’s to reflect a typical Elizabethan knot design.
Come and see the last complete Elizabethan room in Bristol.
Three of the oldest rooms in Bristol!
In the 1720s the lodge doubled in size with a fashionable extension.
The Red Lodge was transformed into a Victorian reform school in 1854 by Mary Carpenter and Lady Byron.