Find UsThe London Museum of Water & Steam is located at;
Green Dragon Lane, Brentford, London TW8 0EN
T: 020 8568 4757
Admission - BOOK ONLINE & SAVE 10%
The headline price includes a small 10% donation to the Kew Bridge Engines Trust to support us in maintaining the collection of historically significant engines and keeping them in steam. Day tickets can be purchased online for a 10% DISCOUNT and can be upgraded to annual passes at the Museum on the day of the visit.
|Conc 60+ or Student||£11.00|
|Child (5 - 15 years)||£5.50|
|Family ticket 1 + 2||£18.00|
|Family ticket 2 + 2||£30.50|
|Excluding Gift Aid donation
|Child (5 - 15 years)||£4.95|
|Family ticket 1 + 2||£16.20|
|Family ticket 2 + 2||£27.45|
|Annual Pass (12 month unlimited visits)|
|Child (5 - 15 years)||£8.50|
|Monday||11am - 4pm|
|Tuesday||11am - 4pm|
|Wednesday||11am - 4pm|
|Thursday||11am - 4pm|
|Friday||11am - 4pm|
|Saturday||11am - 4pm|
|Sunday||11am - 4pm|
FREE Car Park
The museum car park has space for 20 cars. There is one dedicated parking space for orange or blue badge holders.
Visitors with these badges may reserve a space in advance by contacting the museum and giving their name, car registration and date of visit.
The museum is now Wi-Fi accessible, free of charge to all visitors. Please ask at the admissions desk for the code.
From the south of Kew Bridge, go over the bridge, then immediately turn left towards Brentford. The Museum is about 100 yards along on the right hand side, on the corner of Green Dragon Lane and Kew Bridge Road. The museum entrance is in Green Dragon Lane.
From the M4 motorway, leave the motorway at Junction 2 and follow the A4 to Chiswick roundabout. Take the turning towards Richmond, Kew Bridge and Brentford (also signed for Kew Gardens). Go straight ahead at the next set of traffic lights, then move into the right hand lane to go straight ahead at the next set of lights, following signs to Brentford. The Museum is about 100 yards along on the right hand side, on the corner of Green Dragon Lane and Kew Bridge Road. The museum entrance is on Green Dragon Lane.
We are well served by a number of major bus routes. 65 (Ealing to Kingston, 24hour), 237 (Hounslow to White City), 267 (Fulwell to Hammersmith), 391 (Richmond to Fulham) . All buses stop at Kew Bridge Station. For evening events the N9 runs between Heathrow and Aldwych. The number 65 also stops outside The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew.
Main Line Rail:
Kew Bridge (South West Trains from Waterloo via Clapham Junction).
Gunnersbury (District Line then 237 or 267 bus) or Kew Gardens (District Line then 391 bus from Sandycombe Road 2 mins walk from the station towards Kew Gardens ), South Ealing (Piccadilly Line then 65 bus to Kew Bridge).
Families are warmly encouraged to visit us and enjoy the Museum. The Museum is designed to be fun for families, with hands-on interactive exhibits that will help you and your family explore the history of London’s water and the exhibits on display. There is also an exciting programme of activities and events designed just for families - see the What’s on calendar and Families section to find out more.
Baby changing facilities are available.
Stokers Café offers children's meals and high chairs are provided. You can also warm bottles in the café.
Information for Wheelchair users
Approximately 85% of the museum is accessible to wheelchair users via rising platform lifts.
Access to the Boulton & Watt, Maudslay & Bull engines is via ramp or rising platform lift. Access to the 90 inch engine is via stair-climbing lift and ramp. Access to the waterwheel courtyard and Diesel House is via ramp or rising platform lift
There is a wheelchair accessible toilet in Stokers Café, which requires a Radar key which is held at the museum ticket office