For more details of each of the Exhibitions, click on the links below.

Coming soon...

'Recent Arrivals – Additions to the Bushey Museum's Collection'

Red Pagoda by Arnold Fletcher

Council Chamber
From 18th January 2020

This exhibition will include new items donated to - or purchased by - the Museum. On show will be local history and pottery items, photographs, costumes, as well artworks to demonstrate the great diversity of the collection, the bulk of which is usually hidden from view.

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'Up Your Street' - commemorating Bushey artists

Image for Up your Street exhibitionAnne Blessley Gallery (More)
Until 26 January 2020

Many of Bushey's thoroughfares have the name of an artist with local connections, confirming the influence of the art community that thrived here in Bushey.

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Before the Railway came to Bushey

4 and 6 High Street, Bushey
4 and 6 High Street

Jubilee Room
Until 22nd March 2020

Over 50 surviving buildings in Bushey built before 1840 are listed as Grade 2, and there are more on the Local List. You can still get an idea of what the village was like before the age of the railway. This exhibition selects and describes the most interesting of these buildings.

Hubert von Herkomer

Self-portrait of Hubert von Herkomer around 1907.

Herkomer Room
Permanent display

The life, work and castle of Sir Hubert von Herkomer RA, also his School of Art, and including some of his most notable paintings.

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Lucy Kemp-Welch

A painting called 'The Aristocrats' by Lucy Kemp-Welch.

Lucy Kemp-Welch Gallery
Permanent display

She was the foremost painter of horses of her time, and well known for her illustrations for Black Beauty by Anna Sewell.

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Local History

Local artifacts on display in the Local History gallery.

Local History Galleries
Permanent display

A comprehensive display of local Bushey pottery and industry artefacts including police, fire brigade and schools.

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Future Exhibitions

For details about Future Exhibitions, click here.

Previous Exhibitions

Since the start of 2019 we have retained details about Previous Exhibitions on the website: click here.