Rushton Triangular Lodge and its collection

Rushton Triangular Lodge

This triangular building was designed by Sir Thomas Tresham (father of one of the Gunpowder Plotters) and constructed between 1593 and 1597. It is a testament to Tresham's Roman Catholicism: the number three, symbolising the Holy Trinity, is apparent everywhere. There are three floors, trefoil windows and three triangular gables on each side.

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Rushton Triangular Lodge
Rushton Road
NN14 1RP Rushton

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5 – 17£2.90
Family (2 adults, 3 children)£12.50


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Rushton Road, Rushton

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