Museum of Power

The Museum of Power, set in seven acres of grounds and housed in the Steam Pumping Station at Langford in Essex, exhibits and demonstrates working examples of power sources of all types and chronicles the major roles that they have played in history.

The museum aims to provide an entertaining and educational environment in which to explore our use of power. The museum presents fascinating working examples of machinery, equipment and tools which have been used to develop the industrial and social conditions we enjoy today.

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Opening hours

The museum is open at the following times:

November to Easter – Friday to Sunday 10.00am to 4.00pm
Easter to October – Wednesday to Sunday 10.00am to 5.00pm

*Open Bank Holiday Mondays
*Closed January except New Year’s Day Bank Holiday

Admission charges

Entrance to the grounds and tea-room is free, however a charge is made for access to the rest of the museum:

Adults: £3.50
Concessions: £3.00
Children under 6: free
Children aged 6 to 16: £2.00
Families: £9.00

*Reductions for groups of 10 or more.
*Evening group visits available subject to minimum charge of £50.

Museum of Power
Steam Pumping Station
Hatfield Road

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01621 843183

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