London Museum of Water and Steam - Prices, opening hours, news, events and exhibitions

About the London Museum of Water and Steam

A former sewage and water pumping station which has since been turned into a museum.

The main exhibits are a collection of steam powered pumping engines, which are often switched on.

There is also a light railway -- usually at weekends only -- and a large display of how victorian era steam engines worked.

IMPORTANT - Although venues are reopening, their hours may differ from normal, and most now need prebooking before you visit.


Address

London Museum of Water and Steam,
Green Dragon Lane,
Brentford,
London,
TW8 0EN

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Fequently asked questions

What's the nearest railway station to London Museum of Water and Steam

The nearest station is Kew Bridge which is 0.2 miles away.


London Museum of Water and Steam - Latest News

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World’s largest Steampunk exhibition visits London

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