We want you to discover the wonders of Hertfordshire; England's hidden secret. From our picturesque villages to our bluebell woods, canals and market towns, Hertfordshire is steeped in history.
Until the 27 October, the Henry Moore Foundation presents Moore Rodin, a major exhibition which compares Moore’s work with one of the pioneers of modern sculpture, Auguste Rodin. This is the first time another artist has been shown alongside Henry Moore in the Gallery and gardens at Perry Green, Moore’s home for 40 years. Loans from the Musee Paris, the Victoria & Albert Museum, London and the Fitzwilliam in Cambridge make this exhibition a must see for 2013.
Hertford also has a monthly farmers market which is held every 2nd Saturday of each month, between times 8:30am-1pm. The town has plenty to offer and is well worth a visit, so come along on a market day and stock up on tasty produce.
There are many other local markets taking place weekly across the County, for more information please click here.
We want to make your 'holiday' budget stretch that bit further. The Enjoy! Hertfordshire Cheque book is a voucher book of discount vouchers for things to see and do in Hertfordshire. With total savings in excess of £500, it includes 2-4-1 vouchers at Butterfly World and Knebworth House, discounts on meals and accomodation and afternoon tea at the White Horse Hertingfordbury and Letchworh Hall Hotel.
You can always just relax and soak up the atmosphere, take time out over a coffee and watch the world go by. From museums to monuments, history to high-tech hotels. You might just want to soak up the sunshine in our beautiful country side. Where ever you go and what ever you decide to do, you will receive a warm welcome.
To get your hands on one of our Enjoy! Cheque books just follow us on twitter @enjoyherts and direct message us your postal address.
When Edward 1's beloved wife Queen Eleanor died in 1290, he had her body taken 160 miles to Westminster Abbey, erecting a cross to mark the 12 places where the cortege rested. Only three remain, including one at Waltham Cross.