Avenue House, the principle building of Stephens House & Gardens, was commandeered as a VAD Hospital during World War One and in 1918 became the Central Hospital of the newly formed Royal Air Force. The Gardens provide a mixed landscape and include an arboretum, a rockery, a bog garden, large park areas to play in and wooded areas to walk. The Stephens Collection aims to show, the development of the famous blue-black writing fluid and the growth of the Company and the life and work of Henry 'Inky' Stephens MP for Hornsey and Finchley.
The gardens are open during the hours of daylight which vary throughout the year.
Opening Hours: December & January 08.00 - 16.00
House viewing by arrangement only.
Access to the house is by arrangement.
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