Miniature train models in action over half term
Join the London Museum of Water & Steam from 25 May - 2 June for a whole week of Trains, Trains, Trains!
Adult visitors and children will be very pleased to see the Association of 16mm Narrow Gauge Modellers, with their miniature, steam powered train set in action in the Museum’s Steam Hall.
The Waterworks Railway will be in action every day across half term, giving visitors large and small unlimited rides across the Museum site.
Families will enjoy Storytelling every weekday at 11am, as well as the chance to explore the Trains of the World Trail, and being able to play with the giant wooden train set.
Learn all about the wonderful world of water in the interactive Waterworks Gallery and Splash Zone and find out more about the historic Kew Bridge Waterworks site where the people and engines helped make London the city it is today.
Visitors can also see the steam water pumping engines in action on the 25 May and the 29 May.
Based in the historic buildings of the former Kew Bridge Waterworks, the London Museum of Water & Steam tells the story of London's water supply, the site, its people and the amazing pumping engines that helped to make London the great city it is today.
As well as housing the world's largest collection of stationary steam pumping engines, the Museum is also home to a narrow-gauge steam locomotive and a Waterworks Gallery that traces the development of London’s clean water supply. The Museum offers a fun and educational day out for families and steam enthusiasts alike.
The Museum is open 10:00 to 16:00 Wednesday to Sunday during school holidays.
April 29, 2019