Red Lodge Museum
Red Lodge Museum
Fine Elizabethan building, originally a lodge for the Great House which stood on the site of the present Colston Hall. Remodeled in Georgian times; the current building includes fine examples of both Georgian and Elizabethan features.
Among the best of these features is the beautifully panelled Oak Room, with its ornate plasterwork and carved stone fireplace. Outside the house is an attractive Elizabethan knot garden.