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Seven Stories,The Centre For The

Seven Stories,The Centre For The

Category: Entertainments

Address: Childrens Books, 30 Lime Street, Ouseburn Valley, Newcastle, NE1 2PQ

Landline: 0845 27... Landline: 0845 27...

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About Us... Seven Stories is the national home of Children's Books in Britain. There is no other place like it in the UK. Everything we do celebrates children's books, their creators and their readers. Many of the best loved books for children are written by British authors and illustrators, changing the lives of those who enjoy them as part of childhood. We select original artwork and manuscripts - from first scribbles to finished books - to create our innovative exhibitions and popular events.

Seven Stories' unique exhibitions, lively events and playful activities bring children's books to life - every day for everyone - making us a place to remember.

More Information... Transport Links

By Rail

Newcastle Central Station in the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne has excellent rail links with all major UK cities, for more information visit thetrainline, Transpennine Express or GoEuro. Seven Stories is a 15 minute taxi ride from Central Station, there are also Metro and bus links.

By Metro

The nearest Metro stations to Seven Stories are Manors and Byker. Seven Stories is a good 15 minute walk from Manors along New Bridge Street. You can also park and ride, for more information on the Metro system visit Nexus

By Foot

Walking from the Manors Metro station: Exit the station, turning right and climb the small flight of steps, turning right onto New Bridge Street. Walk past parade of shops on your right and keep going straight on for approximately ten minutes, keeping straight on at pedestrian crossing. Turn right at next set of traffic lights (next to Tanners public house) then first left down Stepney Bank which leads onto Lime Street. Seven Stories can be found a short distance along on the left hand side next door to the Cluny pub.

Call or visit our website for more information.


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