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London Museum of Water & Steam

Green Dragon Lane, Brentford

London Museum of Water and Steam: Adult or Family Entry (Up to 42% Off)

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Get to the source of the story behind how London gets its water, with an interactive gallery and hands-on family activities

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Choose from Four Options

  • £6.50 for an entry for one adult, valid weekdays (42% off)
  • £8.50 for an entry for one adult, valid weekends (24% off)
  • £16 for a family entry, valid weekdays (42% off)
  • £20.50 for a family entry, valid weekends (25% off)

Curious visitors can explore the past, present and future of London’s water system at this recently-refurbished museum, unearthing little-known facts about the liquid history of the capital.

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Expires 4 months after purchase. Limit 1 per person or a family of 4, may buy 10 additional as a gift. Mandatory booking required. Check availability and book here. Present printed Groupon on arrival. 24-hour cancellation policy. Valid for option purchased only. Must be 16 or older to purchase. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Child classified as aged 5 to 15 years. Children under 5 years go for free. Verified using our merchant’s website on 17 May 2016.

About London Museum of Water & Steam

London Museum of Water & Steam features artefacts and interactive exhibits that demonstrate the vital role of water as the lifeblood of the metropolis. Things can get messy in the Splash Zone, an outdoor area for families to enjoy some water-based fun. Stopping by the Waterwheel Courtyard, guests can discover how gears, wheels, buckets, levers, pumps and pipes are all used to control water in different ways. The heart of the museum showcases a majestic collection of steam pumping engines, including engines from Cornwall, as well as rotative engines. There's also a short railway line, demonstrating an example of the railways that were a common feature of Victorian waterworks. Outside, visitors can stroll around the gardens among a water feature, vegetable patch and pond. Stokers Cafe is available for those in search of refreshment, or guests can browse the visitor shop.