Letting Off Steam!
Your invitation to experience a historical venue that’s unlike any other.
Housed within the former Grand Junction Water Works, the London Museum of Water and Steam tells the story of how London received its water supply throughout the ages. Built in 1838 the site was responsible for providing clean and safe drinking water to millions of Londoners for almost 200 years. Today the Museum stands as testimony to the genius of Victorian engineering, boasting one of the world’s largest collections of working steam-powered water-pumping engines.
Whatever the event you are planning, the London Museum of Water and Steam invites you and your guests to enjoy it in unique and memorable surroundings. As you drink, dine and dance you will be immersed in the white-hot fire of the industrial revolution.
Hi, I’m Luke.
As the Commercial Manage of the fantastic London Museum of Water and Steam I head a small and experienced events team. We will be with you at every step of way ensuring your event is perfectly engineered.
The Museum is a very unusual venue, housing one of the world’s largest collections of working Victorian steam driven engines it is the perfect setting for people looking for something a little different.
If you have any questions about our venue hire options please ask.