Reveley Lodge is a Grade II listed Victorian house and public gardens located in Bushey Heath. Managed by Reveley Lodge Trust, a registered charity, established to preserve the house and gardens and to provide an arts and education resource for the local community.

Gardens

Red pink and white roses planted round a central statue.

Entry to our gardens is free of charge. Features include a Victorian conservatory containing exotic plants, a rose garden featuring old fashioned roses and a productive kitchen and cut flower garden. Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome in our gardens. More…

From 29th May to 6th July the Stables Gallery at Reveley Lodge presents artists Roy Rodgers, Marty Berg, Mark Pook, Cheryl Gould, Nadi Shanassi exhibition. Entry is free. More…

The exterior of The Garden Cafe showing the stable doors, gallery and produce for sale.

The family run Garden Café serves speciality coffee and freshly baked cakes, toasties and snacks. More…

Mabel’s Vintage Tearooms

A photograph of sandwiches and cakes on display at Mabel's Vintage Tearooms.

Mabel’s Vintage Tearooms serves award winning afternoon teas in our beautiful Grade II listed Billiard Room. Advanced booking is required. More

Events, Classes and Workshops

All upcoming 2024 events are now available to view on our Events page . More…

Education

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…

House

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

Hire

A photograph of the tables set up for a birthday party in the Billiard Room 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…