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Visit London Museum of Water and Steam car-free
It’s easy to visit the London Museum of Water and Steam car-free.
Kew Bridge train station is within 5 minutes’ walk. There are direct trains from: London Waterloo (about 25 mins), Clapham Junction (20 mins) and Feltham (15 mins).
In summer, boats cruise from Westminster a couple of times per day. The journey takes about 90 minutes to Kew Pier. Stroll for 5 minutes across the bridge.
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About London Museum of Water and Steam
The London Museum of Water and Steam is devoted to the history of water pumping steam engines and London’s water supply. Housed in the impressive buildings of a Victorian waterworks, the museum has a fine collection of steam engines, interactive exhibits, and even a working steam train.
However, what sets this place apart is the family-friendly hands-on exhibits about London's water supply through time. Outside there is a Splash Zone where you can make fountains and dams. The garden has a mud kitchen and balancing logs. Inside the Water Works gallery, there are many handles, buttons and toys. You can watch a video about a 'robot rat' investigating a sewer and find a doll's house with a little model of a man doing a poo...
For any queries about visiting contact London Museum of Water and Steam on 020 8568 4757 or email@example.com
Address: London Museum of Water & Steam, Green Dragon Lane, Brentford, London, TW8 0EN. Visit Website