The small collection of exhibits housed in the conservatory of Stephens House include examples of the development of writing equipment over the ages, the activities of Dr. Henry Stephens the inventor of the blue black ink, and his son Henry Charles Stephens (Inky) who purchased Avenue House in 1874 and who lived there until his death in 1918.
The gardens are open to the public (seasonal opening) and include a scuplture of Goon star Spike Milligan. Tours of the house and garden can be booked.
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Stephens House and Gardens
17 East End RoadFinchleyN3 3QE
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