Visit Kempton Steam Museum
Drop in weekend. Visitors can arrive at any time during the opening hours which are 10.30-4pm.There may be queues at busy times. Kempton Steam
Drop in weekend. Visitors can arrive at any time during the opening hours which are 10.30-4pm.
There may be queues at busy times.
Kempton Steam Museum is home to the world’s largest working triple-expansion steam engine. It stands as high as four stacked double-decker buses and along with its identical twin, pumped vast volumes of London’s drinking water from 1929 to 1980.
The museum and its engines are housed within a grand Scheduled Monument located at the Thames Water’s Kempton Park Pumping Station in south-west London. The mighty steam engines have been preserved since 1995 by the Kempton Great Engines Trust to ensure that their engineering magnificence is treasured for generations to come.
KEMPTON PARK PUMPING STATION, SNAKEY LANE, HANWORTH, MIDDLESEX, TW13 6XH
(TW13 7ND for sat-nav)
Bus: H25, 290
10 (Saturday) 10:30 am - 11 (Sunday) 4:00 pm
Kempton Steam Museum
Kempton Steam Museum, Snakey Lane, Hanworth, TW13 7ND (Sat-Nav postcode)