Amwell Nature Reserve is a former flooded gravel pit forming a chain of wetland sites through the Lee Valley Regional Park.
Large numbers of wetland birds use the Reserve all year. In summer there are many dragonflies and damselflies.
A view point overlooks the main lake and there are bird watching hides. Picnic area. Admission free.
Open at all times.
www.hertswildlifetrust.org.uk/amwell | www.visitleevalley.org.uk
The Museum is housed in a historic blacksmith's forge in the picturesque village of Much Hadham.
Galleries cover local history as well as the craft of the blacksmith. A highlight is unique Tudor wall paintings.
Exhibitions programme. Café.
Open Apr-mid Dec, FSSu & BH 1100-1700 (dusk if earlier).
Bus 351 from the station to Much Hadham, Bull Inn (near the Museum). About 20 minutes journey, M-F about every 2 hours, Sat infrequent. Operated by Central Connect. The bus also operates from Bishop's Stortford.
This site was the home for over 40 years of the 20th century artist Henry Moore. The sculpture gardens and
adjoining fields showcase his iconic works. Several studios reveal elements of his working practice, including printmaking,
drawing and carving. The house, Hoglands, contains many of Moore's personal items. Café and picnic area.
Open Apr-Oct, WThFSSu & BH 1100-1700.
Bus see Much Hadham Forge Museum above, then 1½ miles walk along minor roads, or alight a little earlier at Hadham Cross, Station Road for a slightly shorter footpath walk.