Henry Moore Studios and Gardens

Visitor information

Feature List

  • Guided Tours
  • Disabled facilities
  • Café
  • Historic garden
  • Family activities
  • Gift shop

Over 70 acres of gardens and countryside, displaying Henry Moore's sculptures in the setting he created with his wife Irina.

The prolific British sculptor Henry Moore (1898-1986) and his wife Irina moved out of London during the Blitz in 1940. They initially made their home in half of Hoglands, a former farmhouse, before buying the whole building on the profits of Moore's 1939 Reclining Figure. 'I think we may stay here for some time,' Moore wrote back to a friend. In fact, they stayed at Hoglands for the rest of their lives, gradually acquiring more land and studio space, while Irina Moore cultivated and landscaped the surrounding garden. The Henry Moore Foundation purchased the house from the Moores' daughter, Mary, in 2004 and it opened to visitors in 2007.

Today, visitors to the Studios & Gardens can explore Henry Moore's work in the landscape in which it was created, along with the studios and a new visitor centre. Visits to Hoglands can also be made by guided tour every half hour.

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Henry Moore Studios & Gardens
Dane Tree House, Perry Green
United Kingdom
SG10 6EE


01279 843 333



Plan your visit
Opening times:

Closed for the winter. Re-opening 14 April 2017.

Wednesday - Sunday, and Bank Holidays, 11am - 5pm


£12.60 Adults

£10.00 Concessions

£6.30 5 - 18 years

Children up to 4 years old go free

Accurate as of September 2018

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