Bushey Rose Garden is the jewel in Hertsmere’s crown and was completely restored by the council in 2010 thanks to funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery Fund.
What can I see there?
- Cloisters – remnants of the Art School
- Fountain – Grade II listed
- Lawn area for picnics
- Mature trees
- Rose Temple – Grade II listed
- Summer House – Grade II listed, contains information on the history of the garden
- Variety of roses, shrubs, perennials and bulbs
When are you open?
April to September 7:30am – 7pm, October to March 7:30am – 4pm
Opening times for the Summer House and toilets vary, please call 0800 731 1810 during office hours to avoid disappointment.
Do you have toilets on site?
Yes, but they are only open when the gardener is on duty. Visitors are welcome to use the toilet facilities at the Bushey Country Club, which can be found opposite the garden in the High Street.
Can I bring my dog?
Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a short lead and out of the flower borders at all times. Dog bins are provided in the garden so please clean up your dog’s mess.
Other important information
Please note that cycling and ball games are not allowed in the garden.
Please can adults supervise their children in the garden, especially around the Fountain.
The garden is not a memorial garden and ashes cannot be scattered here. If you wish to scatter ashes in Hertfordshire you need permission from the relevant council. Please contact our cemetery officer on 020 8207 7497 who can send you a list of suitable locations in Hertfordshire.