Category:King John's Hunting Lodge, Axbridge
King John's Hunting Lodge is a wool-merchant's house of around 1460 in Axbridge, a town in the English county of Somerset. It is a Grade II* listed building. The jettied three storey timber-frame building occupies a corner plot on the town square. It was originally a merchants house, but deteriorated until the 20th century when it was bought and bequeathed it to the National Trust, who undertook repairs. The building is still owned by the National Trust; however it is leased to Axbridge and District Museum Trust, who operate it as a local museum. It includes exhibits relating to local geology and history.
Media in category "King John's Hunting Lodge, Axbridge"
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