Welcome to
The Museum of Power
Keeping Industrial History
Alive & Working

Housed in a former Water Pumping Station, the Museum contains a fascinating collection which ranges from a working overhead machine shop to a petrol powered iron.
The jewel in our crown is the ‘Lilleshall’ triple expansion steam pump now back on steam after 50 years. A video can be found here.

On NON event days there is a small CHARGE for entry to the Museum, however it is FREE for you to explore our riverside walks or enjoy a cream tea in our Steam Pump Tea Room. Entrance fees for our EVENTS are shown on the web site Events Page. There is plenty to do and see for adults and children alike at the Museum of Power.



We are a dog friendly site and dogs are welcome indoors as well as in the Museum grounds, as long as they are on leads.

The Museum of Power

Miniature Railway

The Langford and Beeleigh Miniature Railway

Our ‘Langford’ station is less than half a mile from the position of the original Langford and Ulting Halt.
You can view the original Langford Station sign inside the Museum.
The Train will be running subject to weather conditions at certain times.
(please see the ‘2024 Show List‘ for details)
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Latest News

The Museum & Steam Pump Tea Room fully opened on 7th February with the ‘Powering Forward’ project works completed and the extension open. We are delighted to be operating fully and look forward to welcoming you to the Museum & Tea Room very soon.

Meanwhile you can find the full list of up-coming shows and events for 2024 here >>

School Education Days

Discover the Museum of Power, a beautiful location with a wealth of historic resources to inspire today’s children in today’s subjects.
Give your class a unique cross-curricular learning experience.

See School Visits >>


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