Reveley Lodge is a Grade II listed Victorian house in Bushey Heath with over two acres of gardens. Reveley Lodge Trust is a registered charity and was established to safeguard and maintain the house and gardens in order to provide an arts and educational resource for the community.


The fireplace and range in the victorian kitchen at Reveley Lodge.

Reveley Lodge was constructed in 1842 as a small country house. From 1909 the house was occupied by the Chewett family until 2003 when it was bequeathed to Bushey Museum. More…


The Rose Garden in bloom at Reveley Lodge

Our gardens are open Monday to Saturday. Both entry and parking are free of charge. We have a rose garden, kitchen garden, lawns, woodland area, pond, sundial and beehives to explore. More…

Mabel’s Vintage Tearooms

Sandwiches and cakes at Mabel's Vintage Tearooms.

Our tearooms are open Thursday, Friday and Saturday serving lunches and afternoon teas in our atmospheric Billiard Room. The Billiard Room can also be hired for private functions. More…



A school desk with slate and chalk and pen and ink.

Working in collaboration with Bushey Museum we provide immersive and fun Victorian experiences for schools enabling children to learn all about life during Victorian times. More…


Film crew equipment on the terrace at Reveley Lodge.

The house, billiard room, stables gallery and the gardens are all available for hire at very competitive rates for filming, photo shoots, functions, classes and workshops. More…

Bushey Museum

Bushey Museum sign

We work closely with Bushey Museum and Art Gallery which tells the story of Bushey and its unique artistic history.
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