London Museum of Water & Steam
United Kingdom - Middlesex
|Maximum number of meeting rooms||4|
Whatever event you are planning, why not hold it at one of London's most spectacular and dramatic venues the Kew Bridge Steam Museum. The museum is set within a magnificent and atmospheric Victorian waterworks, where industry sits side by side with elegance. Your guests enter via the Grand Junction Engine House and can enjoy a venue with a difference. There is the opportunity to have the Grand Junction engine, the world's largest working beam engine, operating for your guests. Dinner is served inside the Steam Hall and you'll be amazed how flexible the space can be for dining and dancing whilst the majestic steam engines work noiselessly around you.
Rooms and equipment
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The Steam Hall
The Babcock Meeting Room
The Grand Junction Engine House
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