How to Get Here
Seven Stories - The National Centre for Children's Books, Ouseburn Valley, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, NE1 2PQ
T: 0300 330 1095 ext 300 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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There are lots of ways to get to Seven Stories and FREE parking is available on Lime Street or behind us in Foundry Lane car park. Parking can be tricky during busy holiday times so we would recommend public transport where possible.
Limited car parking is available in the Ouseburn Valley under Byker Bridge and along Lime Street. A 57 space car park is available behind Seven Stories on Foundry Lane, postcode NE6 1LH. There is pedestrian access to Lime Street and Seven Stories over the footbridge, up past Ouseburn Farm and the Cluny Pub. Limited disabled parking is available on Lime Street.
Free Parking is also available at Ouseburn South Car Park, approx a 10 minute walk away - NE6 1BU
There is additional parking to be found a short walk from Seven Stories on Ford Street (6 minutes walk), Albion Row (10 minutes walk) and Stepney Road (4 minutes walk).
Our friends at Holy Biscuit have kindly offered their parking; why not pop in to see their lovely exhibitions too?
Coach drop-off point is on Lime Street.
Park and Ride Information
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.
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
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.
The Quaylink bus is a handy way to get around the city and along the quayside with great views along the River Tyne and plenty of other things to see and do along the way.
Take the Q3 bus links Great Park Village to the Ouseburn and back again via the centre of Newcastle. Catch the Q3 from Newcastle City Centre and opposite the Theatre Royal to stop at the Ouseburn Valley (for The Cluny & Seven Stories) The bus stops on Cut Bank (opposite Storey Carpets), just a two minute walk away from Seven Stories. Buses run up to every 15 minutes during the day and every 30 minutes in the evening.
QUAYLINK bus map - follow the green Q3 line.
Alternative bus routes from the City Centre are as follows:
From Central Station (Bewick Street) Newcastle - bus 22, stop at the Tanner's Arms and walk down Crawhall Road, then Stepney Bank to Lime Street.
From Monument (Blackett Street) Newcastle - 39 and 40, 12, 62 and 63 onto New Bridge Street. Stop is opposite St Dominic's Church.
For transport information, visit a Nexus Travelshop located at major Metro stations, visit www.nexus.org.uk or contact Traveline on 0871 200 22 33.
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