This is a BNW social event we thought you might enjoy.
The Red Lodge Museum is a fascinating historic house museum with three of the oldest rooms and the last complete Elizabethan room in Bristol.
The original building was Tudor/Elizabethan, and construction began in 1579–1580. It was originally built at the top of the gardens of "ye Great House of St. Augustine's Back". The Great House was built in 1568 on the site of an old Carmelite Priory by John Young/Yonge, the descendant of a merchant family and courtier to Henry VIII and Elizabeth I, now the site of Colston Hall.
Join Vicky to experience more than 400 years of history where you feel you have left the modern world behind. From ‘royal party house’ of the 16th Century to Victorian reform school for girls, see how the lodge has changed over time. Spaces are limited to eleven so book soon if you would like to come.
Tuesday 20th November.
We will meet at 2pm by the entrance and have a cup of tea afterwards if you like.
Entrance to the museum is currently free although donations are welcome.