The Henry Moore Foundation

The Henry Moore Foundation
Perry Green
Much Hadham
Hertfordshire
SG10 6EE
England

Website

www.henry-moore.org/

E-mail

visits@henry-moore.org

Telephone

01279 843333

Fax

01279 843647

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Hoglands (Henry & Irina Moore's home), gardens, studios and galleries are open to the public between April and mid-October in Perry Green. Many of the buildings on this 72 acre estate remain as they were in his lifetime.

The gardens and adjoining fields house an ever-changing exhibition of Moore's monumental sculptures.

Venue Type:

Gallery, Garden, parklands or rural site, Artist studio or collective

Opening hours

Winner, Small Visitor Attraction of the Year and regional Enjoy England Awards for Excellence 2010

'Truly inspiring' , 'I cannot wait to come again', '...an excellent day out' , '...the place is total magic...' (Visitor feedback, 2010 season)

One of the region's leading cultural day-out attractions, and the UK's finest art destinations.

Visitors can enjoy:

Moore's former home, gardens,and studios
Exhibition galleries with new displays
Acres of outdoor sculpture.

Now Open:

Newly refurbished pub dining room The Hoops Inn, open all year round from 27 November 2010. Tel 020 7520 5444 to book, or follow the link on the right.
Visitor information

From 1 April 2011 general visitors to grounds, studios and galleries

no booking required

Tuesday to Friday 1pm - 5pm
Saturday, Sunday, Bank Holiday Mondays 10am - 5pm
Pre-booking is needed for visits to Moore's house, Hoglands (£5 supplement);

Group and educational visits of 8 or more people also please pre-book.

Booking for house and groups, telephone Jessica Melton on 01279 844 104.

Please note: We are closed on the Tuesdays after Bank Holidays.

During closed months

Walk public footpaths that surround the estate (some of the sculptures can be seen from these).
Eat in The Hoops Inn, opening 27 November 2010 and walk in the grounds after your meal.

During our visitors season the Foundation is closed on Mondays, Bank Holidays and Tuesdays following a Monday Bank Holiday.

Admission charges

Admission Fees

Adults £12

Concessions £10

Students £5

Under 18s £5, under 5s free

Family Ticket £26 (2 adults and 2 children)

Hoglands timed ticket supplement £5

2011 Season Pass £59 (Admits 5 people per visit)

Premium 'behind-the-scenes' tour

Organised to suit you, a special experience or a memorable gift day out, starts from £35 per head and includes lunch at The Hoops Inn.
Contact Jessica on 01279 844 104.

Collection details

Fine Art

Key artists and exhibits

  • Henry Moore
Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.

Nature and Figure Study: Sculpture from Japan

  • 14 May — 27 July 2014

The exhibition presents key sculptures by Takamura Kotaro (1883- 1956), Hashimoto Heihachi (1897-1935) and Hirakusa Denchu (1872- 1979).

These artists were born in the Meiji period, a time when Japanese artworks started to be known abroad and Western influences were absorbed into Japanese artistic production to create new forms and categories of object.

Suitable for

  • Any age

Where

Gallery 4

Admission

Adults £12
Concessions £10
Students £5
Under 18s £5, under 5s free
Family Ticket £26 (2 adults and 2 children)
Hoglands timed ticket supplement £5

Website

http://www.henry-moore.org/hmf/press/press-information/henry-moore-institute-leeds/2012/2013--2014-exhibition-programme-highlights

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