Find out more about our activities and facilities to help adults and children to enjoy Henry Moore’s home together.
Visiting with children
See more than twenty of Moore’s monumental artworks and six studios to inspire the imagination. Explore over 70 acres of woodland, gardens and meadows. Meet the lambs and sheep that inspired Moore.
Discover new ways of thinking and being around art, design, construction, the natural environment, history, home, community and much more. Pick up one of our Activity Sketchbooks to take with you outdoors or find light-touch activities in the visitor centre café. Don’t forget to talk to our friendly and knowledgeable visitor services team.
Facilities for families
- Baby changing facilities in the visitor centre and Aisled Barn
- Buggy-friendly paths
- Family-friendly food and drink available
- Picnic areas
- Gifts, books and souvenirs available to purchase in the gift shop and online
See, Do & Discover
This year we’ve created an all new Activity Sketchbook with Illustrator and Designer Lizzie Lomax, free to pick up on arrival at the Ticket Desk.
Use the view finder to explore more outdoors, find some flint along the way and send your pull-out postcard to a friend! This sketchbook will take you on an interactive trip around our site, sharing information about Henry Moore’s art and life and encouraging you to develop your own ideas with prompts to write, draw, make, move & imagine.
In the making of these we’ve taken care to include your feedback from last season and tested the activities out with children too. Our new friend Lizzie is also the creator of SEED Magazeen, for kids who care about the environment.
Look out for our family friendly events held during the holidays. Take part in artist led workshops, try your hand at new skills and get your head around new ideas.
Join in on nationwide festival days. Collaborate, play and take something away.
Keep an eye on our What’s on listings for details of upcoming events, or sign up to our newsletter to get updates direct to your inbox.
Children react to Henry Moore
We asked some younger visitors to answer a few questions about Henry Moore and the sculptures in our gardens.
Watch the full series on YouTube to see what they thought.