Last Modified February 14, 2017
Bushey Museum and Art Gallery tells the story of Bushey, its people and its unique artistic history. It has a large collection of items relating to Sir Hubert von Herkomer RA and his world-renowned art school and also displays the Lucy Kemp-Welch Memorial Trust collection, including many of Lucy's superb paintings of horses.
Bushey's social history is illustrated through displays on life in the village, both in time of peace and war, some of the many locally-made products and historic maps.
The museum's education service offers a wide range of hands-on experiences for primary schools.
There is a local studies room (open by appointment) with access to a wide variety of publications and archives relating to the local area.
The Friends of Bushey Museum has over 800 members, making it one of the largest and most successful in the country. It supports the museum through fundraising activities and has a varied programme of meetings and events. You can join the friends online through the museum’s website or find out more about them on their Facebook page.
Where can I find it?
Telephone: 020 8420 4057
Parking: There is a small car park at the rear of the museum on Rudolph Road.
When is it open? Thursday – Sunday, 11am - 4pm