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Rushton Triangular Lodge
Rushton
Kettering
Northamptonshire

NN14 1RP | View map
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A delightful Elizabethan folly designed to symbolise the Holy Trinity, with its three sides, three floors, trefoil windows and three triangular gables on each side. Probably the strangest building in Britain and built by Sir Thomas Tresham, who’s architectural inspiration was his strong religious conviction as will be revealed in this mysterious house.

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Months Open: 1 Apr-30 Sep, daily, 1000-1800; 1-31 Oct, 1000-1700
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Please pre-book
Admission Price: Adults: £2
Children: £1
Concessions: £1.50

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