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The Henry Moore Institute in Leeds is closed for refurbishment until Summer 2024.

Henry Moore Studios & Gardens

Henry Moore Studios & Gardens

Seventy acres of Hertfordshire sky above seventy acres of studios, workshops and art.

Experience Henry Moore’s iconic work with a visit to the artist’s former home and sculpture gardens.

A family of four explore and look under Henry Moore's sculpture Sheep Piece. The sky behind them is very blue and striped with clouds and contrails.

Opening times

Wednesday to Sunday and Bank Holidays, 11:00–17:00

Studios close at 16:00. We are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays (except Bank Holidays).

Our 2024 season runs from Thursday 28 March until Sunday 3 November 2024.

Annual tickets

Visit Studios & Gardens as many times as you like during our open season. Each ticket is valid for 12 calendar months.

Adults:  £18
Children:  £8.50
Under 5s: FREE

Concessions: £16.50
Student / Under 25: £11
Families: from £30

Support our work, at no extra cost, by adding Gift Aid when you buy your ticket.

What you can see

Explore our sculpture gardens, six authentically preserved studios and Moore’s family home

What’s on

Join us for talks, workshops, film screenings, archive events and more.

See all upcoming events

Open Archive: Inspiration, Sculpture and Our Natural World
A vintage colour photo showing a garden with apple trees in blossom. In the foreground is a small, bronze sundial on a concrete base
Part of Inspiration, Sculpture and Our Natural World
Part of Inspiration, Sculpture and Our Natural World

Open archive session

Open Archive: Inspiration, Sculpture and Our Natural World

14:00–16:30

Drop-in, no booking needed

Henry Moore Archive
Studios & Gardens, Hertfordshire
Listening/Mapping by felix taylor
Part of Inspiration, Sculpture and Our Natural World
Part of Inspiration, Sculpture and Our Natural World

Digital Soundscape

Listening/Mapping by felix taylor

Studios & Gardens, Hertfordshire
Shapes & Shadows with Lizzie Lomax
Part of Inspiration, Sculpture and Our Natural World
Part of Inspiration, Sculpture and Our Natural World

Drop-in activity

Shapes & Shadows with Lizzie Lomax

11:30–13:00 & 13:30–15:00

Studios & Gardens, Hertfordshire
Artwork in Focus
A small bronze sundial, sculpted by Henry Moore, in the garden at the artist's home. Behind the sundial is a border of lavender and cottage planting.
Part of Inspiration, Sculpture and Our Natural World
Part of Inspiration, Sculpture and Our Natural World

Talk

Artwork in Focus

14:00

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Studios & Gardens, Hertfordshire

Plan your visit

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Henry Moore Archive

The world’s leading resource on the life and work of Henry Moore, containing publications, correspondence, images and exhibition material.

The archive is open by appointment year-round.

Explore the archive

Discover Henry Moore

Moore was one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century, and arguably the most internationally celebrated sculptor of the period.

Discover Moore’s story

Volunteering

Do you have an enthusiasm for art and culture, or experience in education? Do you enjoy spending time surrounded by art and nature?

We are looking for enthusiastic people to join our community of volunteers who help us to bring Henry Moore’s home and workplace to life.

Find out more about volunteering

Henry Moore Studios & Gardens

Dane Tree House
Perry Green
Much Hadham
Hertfordshire
SG10 6EE

United Kingdom

T:  01279 843 333
E:  ReceptionDTH@henry-moore.org

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