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THE RED LODGE MUSEUM

Park Row, Bristol BS1 5LJ

Since 1580

Museum, Landmarks, Historical Places, Architectural Buildings, Learning Programs, The Great Oak Room, The Small Oak Room and Bedroom, The Print Room, The Mary Carpenter Room, The Staircase, The Reception Room and Parlour, The Knot Garden, The Victorian School, The New Oak Room & The Well

Free Entry - The Red Lodge was originally built at the top of the gardens of "ye Great House of St. Augustine's Back" - There are seven rooms over two floors which tell the history of the house, from its Tudor origins to its role as a Victorian girls

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Mon, Tue, Sat & Sun 11:00 am - 4:00 pm Wed - Fri Closed

What a beautiful house! Dating back to Tudor times, this fantastically preserved house deserves a visit. The rooms are filled with intricately carved dark wood cabinets, chairs/tables and has wonderful ornate fireplaces. The welcome is friendly and informative and the whole place is steeped in history. To imagine all the changes over the years was really fascinating. Look out for the well in one of the rooms. It has been cleverly covered with strong glass, so you can stand on it and look down.
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KINGS WESTON HOUSE

Kings Weston Lane, Bristol BS11 0UR

Since 1719

House, Landmarks, Architectural Buildings, Historical Buildings, Estate Buildings, Exhibitions, Collections, Weddings, Conferences, Private Events, Room Guide, House Tour, Woodland, Historic Park, Historic Landscape, Gardens, Magnificent Ceilings, Marble Fireplaces, Stunning Suspended Central Staircase, Cafe & Bistro

It is a Grade 1 listed building and designed by Sir John Vanbrugh, who also designed Blenheim Palace - It is elegant and characterful, yet retains the charm of a lived-in and loved family home - The house boasts a plethora of 18th-century

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Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Sat & Sun 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

The team at Kingsweston went out of their way to deliver our wedding day exactly as we hoped for and beyond, they are thoughtful, patient, diligent, human and just fantastic personable people. The venue has been renovated and is as stately, glamorous and homely as you can imagine. Having a wedding here does not feel corporate. We had an enormous wedding with loads of guests and Norman and his team rose to the challenge impeccably not only delivering, they surpassed every expectation.
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CABOT TOWER

Brandon Hill Park, Just Off Park Street, Bristol BS1 5RR

Since 1898

Tower, Landmarks, Historical Places, Architectural Buildings, Nature Park, Two Outdoor Exercise Stations, Barbeques, Public Park, Picnic Spots, Panoramic Views of the City & Spectacular Sunsets

It is a grade II listed building - Free Admission - It is set 260 feet above the harbour and the tower is 105 feet (32 m) high and built from red sandstone with cream Bath Stone for ornamentation and emphasis

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Mon - Thu 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Fri 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Sat & Sun Closed

The walk to get to the tower is approached by steep incline roads then stairs to get to the bottom of Cabot Tower itself This is a free attraction and the climb up the inside of the tower has narrow spiral stairs to the first level, think I counted 79 on the way up. The climb is definitely worth the views you see from the first landing. It was a lovely sunny day and was able to see for miles around. There is then another staircase which takes up you up further. It's worth the climb.
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