Seven Stories is temporarily closed until further notice. Please check the venue's website for the latest details.
Since it opened in 2005, Seven Stories has been Britain's national gallery and archive of children's literature and art.
Housed in a seven storey, Grade II listed Victorian warehouse, it celebrates the role of books in childhood and the place of children's literature in British culture.
Seven Stories is home to a national collection of manuscripts and original illustrations by some of the UK's finest authors and children's illustrators, including work by Jacqueline Wilson, Terry Jones, Philip Pullman and Quentin Blake. Its collection of original typescripts by Enid Blyton is the largest collection of her work in the world.