Single crystals of La2Ni7 have been grown out of a binary La-Ni melt. Temperature-dependent, zero magnetic field, specific heat, electrical resistivity, and low field magnetization measurements indicate that there is a series of antiferromagnetic (AFM) phase transitions at T1= 61.0 ± 0.2 K , T2= 56.5 ± 0.2 K , and T3= 42.2 ± 0.2 K . The three specific heat anomalies found at these temperatures qualitatively have very small entropy changes associated with them, and the anisotropic M (H ) data saturate at ∼0.12 μB/Ni ; both observations strongly suggesting the AFM order is associated with very small, itinerant moments. Anisotropic H||c and H⊥ c, ρ(H ) and M (H ) isotherms as well as constant field ρ(T ) and M (T ) sweeps manifest signatures of multiple phase lines and result in H -T phase diagrams that are clearly anisotropic. Analysis of M (T ) and M (H ) data allow for the identification of the two lower temperature magnetically ordered states as AFM ordered, with the moments aligned along the crystallographic c axis, and the higher temperature T2<T <T1 state as having a finite ferromagnetic component. In addition, the metamagnetic transition at low temperatures, for H applied along the crystallographic c axis (H||c), appears to be a near classic example of a spin-flop transition, resulting in a field stabilized AFM state with the moments ordered perpendicular to the c axis. Although the small moment ordering and existence of multiple phase transitions in field and temperature, suggesting an energetic proximity of these states, could foretell a degree of pressure sensitivity, our measurements of R (T ) for applied pressures up to 2.0 GPa indicate that there is very little pressure dependence of T1, T2, and T3.