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Visiting Henry Moore Studios & Gardens

Experience Henry Moore’s iconic work in the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside with a visit to the artist’s former home, studios and sculpture gardens.

We are currently closed for the winter

Our 2022 visitor season has now ended and we will be closed over the winter. We will reopen on 5 April 2023.


What you can see

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Where to eat

The Hoops Inn – currently closed

We regret that The Hoops Inn is currently closed until further notice.


We have two outdoor picnic areas with tables and space to lay out blankets. For the enjoyment of all visitors, we ask that you don’t picnic in the sculpture gardens.

Frequently asked questions

Find answers to other common questions about our facilities, activities and what to expect once you get here.

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Can I touch the sculptures?

Yes, you can touch the outdoor artworks. The sculptures can be more delicate than they look, so please be careful, especially if you are wearing jewellery.

What should I wear?

Much of our estate is grassland and can get very muddy in wet weather. We advise wearing sturdy, practical shoes and bringing waterproofs if rain is forecast.

Can I bring my dog?

Badged assistance dogs are welcome, but our gardens and car park are unsuitable for pet dogs and other furry friends, so please leave them at home.

Gift shop


Our gift shop stocks a range of Henry Moore inspired products, with designs you won’t find anywhere else.

Visit us in person for even more items that aren’t available online, including jewellery and crafts by local makers.



Getting here

We’re located just 27 miles north of London in the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside.


Directions & parking

Henry Moore Studios & Gardens

Dane Tree House
Perry Green
Much Hadham
SG10 6EE

United Kingdom


T:  01279 843 333