Henry Moore Studios & Gardens | Day Out With The Kids

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Henry Moore Studios & Gardens

  • Much Hadham
  • Outdoor
  • Ages 4+
  • Museums and Art Galleries

Attraction Information

Henry Moore Studios & Gardens, one of Hertfordshire's leading day out attractions and one of the UK's finest art destinations, is open seasonally for visitors to tour Moore's former home, gardens and studios at Perry Green, Herts. Everybody is welcome here to view a varying selection of exhibition themes.

The Henry Moore Foundation is an art charity that was established to encourage public appreciation of the visual arts, especially the works of Henry Moore, with the aim of preserving Moore's legacy at his home, and through his exhibitions world-wide.

 

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Opening hours

 Early April to end of October: Wednesday to Sunday and Bank Holidays 11:00 -17:00

Pricing

General Admission
Adults: £12.70
Kids (5 - 18): £6.80
Under 5: Free
Concessions (Over 65/Student/ Under 25): £11.30
Family: £32.70

Travel & Contact Information

Address

Dane Tree House, Perry Green, Much Hadham, Hertfordshire, SG10 6EE, England

Phone number

01279 843 333

Map

Website

Click here to visit Henry Moore Studios & Gardens' website.

FAQ & Additional Information

Yes, there is parking onsite.

Yes, there are accessible toilets.

No, there are no baby changing facilities.

Henry Moore Studios & Gardens has not told us if you can bring a picnic.

Henry Moore Studios & Gardens has not told us about their dining options.

Yes, Henry Moore Studios & Gardens is wheelchair friendly and has accessible toilets.

Yes, Henry Moore Studios & Gardens have stated they are pushchair friendly.

Henry Moore Studios & Gardens has not told us if they are dog friendly.

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