Below is a list of venues where you can see Seven Stories Exhibitions, both now and in the future:

Elmer and Friends, the Colourful World of David McKee (available Oct 2020 to March 2021)

The River and Rowing Museum, Henley: 23rd May - 20th September 2020

Michael Morpurgo, A Lifetime In Stories (Fully Booked)

Leeds City Museum: February 2019 - June 2019

Burton at Bideford, Devon Summer 2019

Bears! (One slot remaining: Autumn/Winter 2019)

Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery: February – April 2019

River and Rowing Museum, Henley: August - October 2019

Beacon Museum, Whitehaven: 28th March - 28th June 2020

Comics! Explore and Create Comic Art with Seven Stories (One slot remaining, Spring 2020)

Rheged: 15 February – 22 April 2019

Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron, Telford: June – Septmber 2019

The Dick Institute, Kilmarnock: September – Dec 2019

Dorset County Museum: June - September 2020

Time to Get Up! (Available for hire July to Dec 20219)

Beacon Museum, Whitehaven: 30th March - 23rd June 2019

Judith Kerr: The Tiger Who Came to Tea (Fully Booked)

Celebrating 50 years of Britain’s best loved picture book with the National Trust.

2019 
Saturday 9 March – Sunday 28 April: Gunby Hall, Lincolnshire
Saturday 4 May – Sunday 30 June: Rowallane Garden, Northern Ireland
Saturday July 6 July – Sunday 1 September 2019: Newark Park, Gloucestershire
Saturday 7 September – Sunday 3 November 2019: Bateman's, East Sussex
Saturday 9 November – Sunday 5 January 2020: Knole, Kent

2020
Saturday 11 January – Sunday 1 March: Osterly Park, Middlesex
Saturday 7 March – Sunday 29 April: Dyffryn Gardens, Vale of Glamorgan

 

Explore our map of touring exhibition venues. Blue pointers are places we've toured to in the past, pink are future venues and orange are our 50th Anniversary Tiger Who Came to Tea National Trust venues. 

Enquire about hiring any of our exhibitions by contacting the touring department on  0191 4952707 or email sarah.mcglynn@sevenstories.org.uk


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