We’re currently experiencing mechanical issues with the Sir William Prescott engine. It’s looking unlikely we will have the engine in working order for our August steaming weekend. Please stay tuned for updates.

NEXT OPEN WEEKEND

21 & 22 AUGUST

BOOKING ESSENTIAL

We’re currently experiencing mechanical issues with the Sir William Prescott engine. It’s looking unlikely we will have the engine in working order for our August steaming weekend. Please stay tuned for updates.

NEXT OPEN WEEKEND

21 & 22 AUGUST 

BOOKING ESSENTIAL

Find Us

Kempton Steam Museum,
Snakey Lane,
Hanworth,
TW13 7ND (Sat-Nav postcode)

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Kempton Steam Museum is most easily reached by road via the A316 Great Chertsey Road from London and the M3 motorway from the south-west. We are situated within Greater London but are outside the London Congestion Charge and Low Emission Zones. There is plenty of free parking on site with a number of accessible parking bays close to the museum building.

To reach us by public transport use London bus route 290 (from Twickenham or Staines) or route H25 from Feltham. By rail use South Western Railway services to Kempton Park Station and Feltham Station.  Kempton Park Station is served by trains from Waterloo and Shepperton and is within walking distance of the museum.  Feltham Station is served by trains from Waterloo, Windsor and Reading but will require an additional bus ride (H25) to complete your journey.  Please note that all public transport routes require an additional 15 minute walk to the museum.

Refreshments are available inside the museum building including drinks and light snacks.  Toilet facilities are also located on the site.

The museum is situated on an operational Thames Water site and public access will only be available during our advertised opening times or by special appointment.