Middlesex - Kew Bridge Steam Museum
Information for wheelchair users
Approximately 80% of the museum is accessible to wheelchair users via ramped flooring or a lift.
There is level access from the car park to the museum shop and reception area.
Access to the 90" Cornish Beam Engine house is difficult, with two flights of steps.
Our railway carriage now has a wheelchair accessible compartment, enabling rides on our railway.
There is a wheelchair accessible toilet adjacent to the museum car park, which requires a Radar key which is held at the museum reception.
Two manual wheelchairs are available for loan to visitors, during their visit. These can be pre-booked by contacting the museum, giving your name and date of visit.
The Museum is planning to upgrade our facilities still further for the disabled during this year.
Information for visually impaired visitors
A large print brief guide to the museum is available, priced 50 pence. Guide dogs are welcome throughout the museum.
Pre-booked touch tours can be arranged but require two weeks notice to ensure one of our specially trained volunteers is available.
The Kew Bridge Steam Museum is housed in a magnificent 19th Century Pumping Station and centres around the stations five world famous Cornish Beam Engines, two of which can be seen, in steam, every weekend.