For October half-term, Engine Shed is visiting a new venue: the amazing London Museum of Water and Steam at Kew Bridge on Friday 25 October from 1pm to 3pm.
We'll have our huge Brio and Tomy train sets to build and play with.
The museum will be open to the public, but we will be in a separate room in the museum for our trains.
As well our Engine Shed session, your event ticket will also give you access to the whole museum, including its giant pumping engines, hands-on galleries, and cafe. The museum's narrow gauge steam railway which also be running around the outside of the museum building.
- Trains: SouthWestern Railway trains to Kew Bridge station
- Buses: lots of services run to Kew Bridge https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/posters/KWB.pdf
- Parking: the museum has a large free car park