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What secrets lie behind the bright red door? Step inside the TARDIS and experience more than 400 years of history in the museum where you feel you have left the modern world behind. From 'royal party house' of the 16th Century to Victorian reform...more
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This compact free museum/house is well worth a visit. The upstairs rooms are of particular interest with many original Tudor features. The wood paneling & fireplaces are impressive. The staff were welcoming & enthusiastic. If your in town & have 30/45 mins to spare it...More
An excellent young host gave us an in depth picture of the building and it’s phases and changing function.
The building contains some beautifully conserved panelling, fire place surrounds, domestic furniture and plasterwork. There is also, now enclosed within a covered yard, a 40 foot...More
We have visited a couple of times. There is always a detail to look more closely. During Christmas the house was decorated and an orchestra was playing taking visitors back in time.
Children were taught how make Christmas tree ornaments. All in all very nice...More
Hidden off Park Row this Tudor Museum has a wealth of features to fascinate adults and children. A recently discovered well, famous portrait of Queen Elizabeth 1, an Elizabethen Knot Garden with intricately carved furniture and wall panels. It's free to visit, really helpful and...More
We came to the musuem after reading teh reviews and weren't disappointed. It's a small museum consiting of several Elizabethan and Georgian rooms. There is a human guide and a virtual screen, as well as information leaflets about the purposes of each room. It's free...More
My sister, husband and I visited here as one of the few places open on a Monday after they'd been staying for the weekend.
Weirdly you get sent upstairs to start your tour in the room in the photo here (it's the route on the...More
Love this is free!! The Oak Room, the only one of its kind before 1600, is the only one left in Bristol and considered the most complete Elizabethan room in the West Country. It doesn’t take look to go through the house so definitely worth...More