Step back in time as you squeeze into this 15th century hall house.
One of Bristol’s oldest domestic buildings, Elsie Briggs house is a remarkable architectural survival and a hidden treasure in the city.
The whole house is open to visitors, including a view of some of the roof trusses. Climb the twisted stairs and admire the huge stone fireplace.
Explore or take a wander round the beautiful country garden. Refreshments available.
Originally built as part of the expansion of Westbury-on-Trym parish, this building contains many original mid 15th century features, including oak front door, roof timbers, doorways and windows.