Seven Stories was founded as a charity in 1996 by Elizabeth Hammill OBE and Mary Briggs OBE. They recognised that Britain needed an institution whose mission was to collect, champion and celebrate its children’s literature. They believed that it should be founded in a place where it could make a real difference to the children and families living nearby, knowing that early experience of books and stories is vital to childhood development and raising aspiration.
Since then it has become a beacon for children’s literature with lots of things going on, from unique exhibitions, fun activities to engaging storytellers and visiting authors.
Monday – Closed (Except Bank Holiday – 10:00 – 16:00)
Tuesday – Friday (10:00 – 17:00)
Sunday – (10:00 – 16:00)
FREE – Baby (Up to 12 Months)
£2.50 – Toddler (1-3 Years)
£6.50 – Child (4-16 Years)
£7.70 – Adult (16+)
Family tickets, annual tickets and concessions are also available, please visit the website here for more information
Online – here