99-101 Westgate Street, Gloucestershire

99-101 Westgate Street, Gloucestershire
Photograph taken 12 August 2000 © Mr Jack Farley FRPS. Source Historic England Archive ref: 472651

This timber framed building was originally a merchants house. It was built in c1500. It was probably built for a master clothier. The house is traditionally believed to have been the lodging for Bishop Hooper before his execution by burning at the stake in St Mary's Square. It is now part of the Gloucester Folk Museum.

Location

Gloucestershire Gloucester

Period

Tudor (1485 - 1602)

Tags

house timber framed architecture museum merchant Tudor (1485 - 1602)