The Museum admission fee does not apply to those visiting Stokers café and the Museum shop.
Birdies @ Stokers café is situated at the entrance of the Museum and is open every day from 11am – 4pm. Customers can choose from a selection of hot and cold drinks and a range of snacks throughout the day. A fun and relaxed atmosphere, it is perfect for meeting up with friends, enjoying a coffee and refuelling before exploring the Museum.
The interior features historic artefacts, a comfy corner and a play table to keep little ones amused.
Stokers Café is run by Birdies Cafe
This brand new gallery tells the story of London's water supply as the vital lifeblood of our city. Exciting new interactive exhibits, artefacts from the capital’s watery past and bring this little known story to life for visitors of all ages.
Brand new outdoor splashy fun for all the family in the Waterwheel Courtyard.
Be amazed by unexpected ways of moving water using gears, wheels, buckets, levers, pumps, pipes and more!
The brand new Stokers café is situated at the entrance of the museum and is open every day from 11am – 4pm.
Customers can choose from a selection of hot and cold drinks and a range of snacks throughout the day.
The museum shop stocks an ample range of books and souvenirs whether you have a specialist interest in the museums exhibitions, history and culture, or just want to treat yourself or a loved one to a beautiful gift we are sure to have a product to suit.
The heart of the museum is its collection of magnificent steam pumping engines. These comprise the Cornish engines, which are in their original engine houses, and the rotative engines, which have been collected by the museum trust from pumping stations across the country.
Many Victorian waterworks had their own railway.
At London Museum of Water & Steam this is demonstrated by a short line featuring the "Wren" class locomotive Thomas Wicksteed, which is typical of a waterworks engine.