The Museum tells the story of Bushey and its unique artistic history. It is open from Thursday to Sunday, 11am - 4pm and admission is free.
It has a large collection of works and articles relating to Sir Hubert von Herkomer RA and his world-renowned Art School. Also on show is the Lucy Kemp-Welch Memorial Trust Collection, including many of Lucy's superb paintings of horses. ushey's social history is shown 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 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 have a varied programme of meetings and events. You can join the friends online through the website or in the museum, annual subscription starts from as little £9.50!
The museum's education service offers a wide range of interactive experiences for primary schools. Two of the most popular sessions are 'The Victorian Experience' and 'World War Two' experience.
Bushey Museum is generously supported by Hertsmere Borough Council
WD23 3HW Bushey
Call: 020 8950 3233 or 020 8420 4057