The London Kew Steam and Water Museum


Stage:
No
Dinner:
No
Reception:
No
Licensed for civil ceremonies?:
No

Founded in 1975, the London museum of water and steam is perfect for a wedding, a corporate event or a party. Belonging to the Victorian era, it is a real area of history. Engines from the industrial revolution are still here and enable to create an atmosphere of history, vintage, a bygone era.

It can be decorated by yourself or by our company; nevertheless the venue does not need much added too, unless you want to mix with this unique place of industrial era.

The London steam and water museum has three venues available which are; the Steam Hall, the Grand Junction Engine House, The Babcock Meeting room.

The Steam Hall is the main area of the venue, it can provide a capacity number of 150 guests standing, 120 guests seated buffet, and 100 guests seated.

The Grand Junction Engine House is in general the place where guests take a drink for an aperitif with a capacity number of 150 standing guests (no seats available)

Finally the Babcock Meeting room is the smallest part of the venue. It can be booked for smaller events, meetings with few guests… It has a capacity number of 40 for lectures, 25 people for a boardroom and 20 for a classroom.

 

Capacities The Steam Hall The Grand Junction Engine House The Babcock Meeting room
Standing 150 150
Seated buffet 120
Seated 100
Lecture 40
Boardroom 25
Classroom 20

 

Regarding the location of the venue, the Kew Bridge Steam Museum is situated in Green Lane Dragon, at Brentford, Middlesex, TW8 0EN.

The venue is completely accessible. Indeed, if you want to come by car it is possible and near to Chiswick by taking the Junction 2 A406(North Circular) and A205 (South Circular). A car park is available for free.

It can also be taken by public transport. The Kew Bridge Station is by 5 minutes, 30 minutes from Waterloo, and 20 minutes from Clapham Junction.

Furthermore, the venue is accessible with the underground and Overground at Gunnersbury station where there are the District and the Northern London line.

Finally, there are several Bus lines that stop near to the venue; 65, 237, 267, and 391.

Kew Bridge Steam Museum

Green Dragon Lane, Brentford, Middlesex, TW8 0EN

For more information contact us: info@easygourmetcatering.co.uk quote the venue of interest

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