Opening dates and times 2021
31 March to 31 October
Wednesdays to Sundays and Bank Holidays, 11am - 5pm
Last admission: 4pm
We are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, except for Bank Holidays.
Following the latest government roadmap for lifting Covid 19 restrictions, we will only open our gardens on 31 March. The studios, Aisled Barn and This Living Hand exhibition will not open until stage 3 (earliest 17 May). The ticket prices for gardens only entry are as follows:
(over 65, under 25, student, NHS and Univeral Credit recipients)
|Child (5 - 18 years, under 5s are free)||£3.25||£3.60|
|Family (any 2 adults + 2 children)||£16.25||£17.90|
|Henry Moore Friends||FREE||FREE|
|Carer accompanying a disabled visitor||FREE||FREE|
Where we are
Henry Moore Studios & Gardens
Dane Tree House
Perry Green, nr Much Hadham
T: 01279 843333
Henry Moore Studios & Gardens are easy to reach by car, and are approximately 15 minutes by taxi from Bishop’s Stortford Rail Station.
We are around 20 minutes’ drive away from M11 jct8 and a similar distance from the A10.
Most Sat Nav systems will find us correctly with the post code SG10 6EE. Alternatively, please download our pdf driving directions or visit Google maps to plan your route. There are several brown heritage signs signposting the route from Much Hadham / Bishop's Stortford.
We have free parking on site. When you arrive, please park in the main visitor car park (Chestnuts), which is located across the road from the visitor centre. If this car park is full, we have more parking available behind The Hoops Inn. There are disabled spaces in both car parks. Please display your Blue Badge when parking in a disabled bay.
Our nearest station is Bishop’s Stortford: directly linked to London Liverpool St, Stansted Airport & Cambridge. The station is around 15 minutes away by taxi.
Harlow Town, on the same train line, is also close by: around 20-25 minutes by taxi. This station is ideal if you would like to combine a visit to Studios & Gardens with a tour of Harlow's extensive sculpture collection.
Find out about train times and tickets.
We are located in a rural area and there is no public transport to Perry Green.
The nearest bus service, the local 351 bus from Bishop’s Stortford and Hertford, stops in Much Hadham and the village is approximately 1.5 miles/ 30 minutes on foot from Perry Green, along hilly country lanes. Please note that the 351 is not a frequent service and service times may vary during the school holidays. Google maps will recommend a public transport route which includes the 351 bus from St Margaret's Rail Station, we ask you to consider whether this is a practical route to take for your visit.
Find out about timetables for the 351.
There is no bus service to Much Hadham from Stansted Airport.
There are a number of footpaths and walking routes which reach the Studios & Gardens. The Hertfordshire way passes close by, linking the village with Bishop’s Stortford. You can plan a walking route by visiting footpathmaps.com and putting in our post code SG10 6EE. Alternatively there is a well described circular route from Much Hadham described on the Bishop's Stortford and District Footpath Association website (printable version available).
The local area is popular with cyclists and Perry Green is a pleasant ride from local towns. Bicycles are permitted on off-peak trains from both London and Cambridge. Please download our driving directions or visit Google maps to plan your route. We have a small bicycle rack in our main visitor car park, across the road from the visitor centre.