Kew Bridge Steam Museum
Green Dragon Lane
020 8568 4757
Area: Chiswick Ealing
About Kew Bridge Steam Museum
IMPORTANT: During the refurbishment the museum will operate its usual weekend programme of events with the engines in steam (Saturdays and Sundays only). We will not be open weekdays, unless otherwise noted.
Kew Bridge Steam Museum is London's premiere museum about water supply; featuring the largest collection of original stationary steam engines in the world. Built in the 19th century to supply London with water, the museum is recognised as the most important historic site of the water supply industry in Britain.
Marvel at the world's largest collection of steam pumping engines, many of which you can see working every weekend.
Ride on London's only steam railway every Sunday from April to October.
See how London's water supply has evolved from Roman times to the present day.
For birthdays that are just too important to pass by unmarked or a very special wedding reception, the Steam Hall makes a fantastic venue, with a capacity of 120 for table seating and 150 for buffet style receptions.
For smaller celebrations, including children's birthday parties, the Steam Hall Gallery is available for daytime hire Monday to Sunday.