London Museum of Water and Steam
London Museum of Water and Steam Green Dragon Lane, Brentford, , TW8 0EN
MONTHS OPENJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
What we offer on a school trip
The London Museum of Water and Steam tells the story of London's water supply from the Roman Period right through to the modern day. With a core focus on history and science, the museum is a fantastic space for pupils to discover and learn first-hand, topics such as; the implications of science today, tomorrow and in the future, material uses, states of matter, forces, energy, local history case studies, significant individuals of the past and Britain as the first industrial nation.
As a former Victorian pumping station, you get the chance to marvel at our working steam engines, get involved with our huge array of workshops and hop aboard our very own locomotive for a rollicking ride through Britain's industrial past! You can also explore the exciting new Waterworks interactive gallery and prepare to get wet in the new outdoors Splash Zone!
We have free coach parking and are very accessible by public transport - Kew Bridge station is just a short walk away and we are served by a number of major bus routes.
Find us at: Green Dragon Lane, Brentford, London TW8 0EN.