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Kew Bridge Steam Museum - £M

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A Unique Victorian Venue. Housed within Georgian and Italianate buildings, and home to a world-renowned collection of steam engines, Kew Bridge Steam Museum was built by the Grand Junction Waterworks Company and supplied West Londoners with water for over a hundred years. This unusual venue is available for a wide variety of private and corporate events throughout the year, from small daytime meetings to receptions for 150. The museum is available for hire from 9.30am-5.30pm for daytime events and 5.30pm-1am for evening events. The spectacular Grand Junction 90 Engine House becomes the guest entrance and drinks reception area, where there is an opportunity to have the world's largest working beam engine in operation. Alternatively, on a warm summer's evening the Waterwheel Courtyard is available for pre-dinner drinks or a barbecue. The Steam Hall plays host to the main event, surrounded by our magnificent steam pumping engines working noiselessly in the background.

Room Capacities

Room name Standing Seated D'Dance Theatre
Max 150 120 - 45
The Grand Junction Engine House 150 - - -
The Steam Hall 150 120 - -
The Babcock Meeting Room - - - 45
The Gallery - 56 - -

Venue Map

Green Dragon Ln Brentford, Middx, TW8 0EN

Contact Info

Telephone
020 8568 4757
Fax
020 8569 9978
Website

Details

Restrictions: 
Finishing time: 1am
Music: music limit 96 decibels
Marquee site: Yes
Outside area: Yes
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