Summerhouse Museum and Exhibition | Update

The Summerhouse Museum and Exhibition will be closed until further notice.

 

 

 

 

Lady Ela's Summerhouse Museum | Easter 2020 Opening Dates

Discover the history of Chorleywood House Estate, its residents, varied wildlife, plant species and interesting places to walk and visit.

2020  OPENING DATES – from 11am to 4pm

Easter weekend

We shall NOT now be opening the exhibition over Easter weekend.

Early Spring Bank Holiday

Friday May 8th & Sunday May 10th

Late Spring Bank Holiday

Sunday May 24th & Monday May 25th

Two August Sundays

August 16th & 23rd

Entrance by the Parish Offices on Rickmansworth Road opposite the Cricket ground.  Postcode WD3 5SL. (when you see the public tennis courts just follow the signs TO THE LEFT)

Click here to view poster

Green Flag Vote

Chorleywood House Estate was recently awarded another Green Flag because of the excellence of the environment it offers, and the diverse, well maintained landscape. The inspectors applied tougher criteria when making the awards this year, so we are especially pleased to have been recognised again in this way, and to have acknowledged that the Estate is a wonderful place for people of all ages to walk, rest and play.

Three Rivers District Council have drawn our attention to the ‘Green Flag People’s Choice’ competition. Throughout September people can vote for their favourite Green Flag site in the world (!). With Apple Day approaching – Saturday 6th October – providing a great family opportunity to see the Estate (including the chance to visit the Lady Ela Russell Red & White Summerhouse, please vote for us. Here is a poster and a link to the competition: http://www.greenflagaward.org/park-summary/?park=824

Satisfaction Survey for Chorleywood House Estate

Visitor opinions are very important to Three Rivers District Council. Feedback helps to ensure that the Council works towards providing the quality and facilities expected by visitors. Would you like to have your views heard? Well now’s your chance. Complete the online Chorleywood House Estate Survey and help the Council improve your local open space. The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete. Paper copies of the survey are available upon request by phoning the Council on 01923 776611. There is no closing date – results will be reviewed throughout the year and appropriate actions put in to place.