Reveley Lodge is a Grade II listed Victorian house with over two acres of gardens and serves as an arts and educational resource for the community. Reveley Lodge was bequeathed to Bushey Museum Trust by its last owner, Mrs Eila Chewett, in 2003. It is now run by Reveley Lodge Trust, a registered charity, and we continue to work very closely with the museum.

House

Reveley Lodge was built in 1842 and for the first 40 years of its life served as a ‘gentleman’s cottage’ in the country. The house and its owners have an interesting history and beautifully preserved rooms. More…

Garden

The Rose Garden in bloom at Reveley Lodge

Our two acres of gardens are free to visit. Explore our rose garden, vegetable and cut flower garden, sundial and beehives. On Thursdays we have a pop up shop selling home grown produce. More…

Mabel’s Vintage Tearooms

A painting of Mabel who was the maid at Reveley Lodge

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

Events

The maypole at the 2018 May Day event

We have a varied events programme throughout the year including film screenings, wine tasting, talks, concerts and flower arranging classes. Our May Day and Christmas fairs are very popular. More…

Education

School children in Victorian dress taking part in our Victorian Experience

Working with local schools and Bushey Museum we provide immersive and fun Victorian experiences to enable school children to learn about life during Victorian times. More…