this is a fabulous place , especially on a sunny day. But even if it rains, you can spend time in two studios, an exhibiton space and a tapestry gallery as well as Moore;'s house. The house is a 'must see' and reveals Moore's interests in art. There are some Courbet paintings and even a Picasso in the kitchen and a Degas in the study. Bizarrely there are some Victorian pottery dogs ( make sure you ask one of the guides about the source of these....it involves an architect and neighbour). between march and Autumn , there is an exhibiton on Moore and rodin, so you have the chance to compare their works. This is a real eye opener. There is a small cafe in the ticket office and a pub ( The Hoops Inn) oppsite. At weekend lunch time it is best to beek. The food is good and so is the service.
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