The London Museum of Water and Steam is recognised as one of the most important historic sites of the water supply industry in Britain. Its collection of original Victorian steam pumping engines includes the largest working Cornish beam engine in the world as well as fascinating objects that tell the story of London’s past.
The fascinating collection showcases the evolution of steam engine technology over the centuries in exhibits from the engine houses, to the rotative engines and of course the Cornish engines. In addition you'll also see examples of diesel, electric, water and animal powered pumping engines.
With working steam engines and a narrow gauge railway in operation every weekend, as well as interactive exhibits and an interactive family Splashzone, it’s a must for any visitor to the capital.
Please note: 24 December - closing at 14.00
25 - 27 December: Closed
see the: full list of attractions included
"We went to see so much more than if we had to pay individually. Was nice paying for it before the trip so didn't have to bring extra money and worry about running short. We also got the travel pass and restaurant discount book and discovered some very nice places to eat that we wouldn't have known about. Planning on coming back in 2014 and will buy another one! Recommend it 200%!"
Cindy from USA
|Monday||11.00 – 16.00|
|Tuesday||11.00 – 16.00|
|Wednesday||11.00 – 16.00|
|Thursday||11.00 – 16.00|
|Friday||11.00 – 16.00|
|Saturday||11.00 – 16.00|
|Sunday||11.00 – 16.00|
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Green Dragon Lane, Brentford, Middlesex, TW8 OEN
0203 728 4970