Discover the story of the Red Lodge from its beginnings as an Elizabethan Lodge or party venue for the nearby Great House, to its use as a girls’ reform school by social reformer Mary Carpenter in the Victorian period.
You’ll be able to see the recently discovered well in the New Oak Room. Read more about it in our blog.
Part of Bristol Open Doors. Bristol Open Doors is a once-a-year chance to look behind closed doors and discover the city’s hidden treasures. Explore fascinating buildings, join guided tours and enjoy a range of events and activities – all free for the day.
Join us at one of our venues for a fantastic celebration of Bristol’s history and culture.