One of Hertfordshire's showpiece villages - and the former country seat of the Bishops of London. The long High Street has well-preserved timber and brick houses. Edmund Tudor, father of Henry VII was born here in 1430.
The Forge Museum is a old blacksmith's workshop (1811-1983). It has various displays and a lovely Victorian cottage garden to explore. At nearby Perry Green is the former home and studio of sculptor Henry Moore. Visitors can see a permanent exhibition of his work.
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Village Centre, Much Hadham, Hertfordshire, SG10 6
Map reference: TL 427190 Lat: 51.85135 Long: 0.07134