The London Museum of Water & Steam
- Telephone 020 8568 4757
- Opening times Daily: 11am–4pm.
- Website www.waterandsteam.org.uk
Be amazed by the massive historic engines that pumped Thames water to London’s taps, and follow in the footsteps of Charles Dickens to explore London’s exciting watery past at our newly refurbished Museum.
Get hands-on to find out more about the gruesome details of the capitals watery past, and water’s role in the Victorian battle for public health, in our new interactive Waterworks. In the Waterworks and the new outdoor Splash Zone you can test your muscle power as you have a go at water-pumping machines from throughout the centuries.
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Grand New Year Steam Up
A chance to see the museum's engines in all their glory, with seasonal activities, food and more.
Halloween-themed family craft activities, a ghost train and more.
Sat 22 Oct
Sun 23 Oct
Mon 24 Oct
Kernow King Is Trevithick
The life of the pioneering steam engineer and inventor is described in words and music. Directed by Simon Harvey of Kneehigh Theatre, written by comedian Kernow King and featuring The Oggymen.
Trevithick! A Biographical Comedy
The true story of Cornish engineer Richard Trevithick.
Trevithick! Starring Kernow King And Mary Woodvine
A biographical comedy about Richard Trevithick, the Cornish inventor of the steam powered engine, that will light a fire in your bellies, bring joy to your heart and set your brain whirring like a four-way valve.
Fri 28 Oct
£6–£12 / 020 8568 4757
Celebrate a traditional Victorian Christmas with carol singers, family activities, mulled wine and more.