Venues with wheelchair access:

Water & Steam Museum
Musical Museum
Brentford Project Event Space

The following venues require step access:

Johnson's Island

Studio Flox (there is step-free access via the ramps in the Watermans car park...but this is quite circuitous and only for the determined)

Toilets can be found at the following venues (D for disabled toilets):

Water & Steam Museum (D)
Musical Museum (D)
Watermans (D)
Brentford Project Event Space (D)

What is there for children and familes?

Creative Mile has a full programme of activities for families and children at the Water and Steam Museum, including 3D model building, puppet crafts, an art takeaway, creating a giant townscape, badge making, storytelling, and knitting workshops.

Getting here

Nearest Train Stations:

Network Rail—Kew Bridge and Brentford Station.

Tube Stations—Gunnersbury (District Line and London Overground), Boston Manor (Piccadilly Line), Northfields (Piccadilly Line).

Bus Routes - 65, 110, 237, 235, E8, E2

By Car - Parking at Watermans (TW8 80DS) and Brentford Waterside Dock Road (TW8 8AE).

Please note, the car parks at the London Museum of Water and Steam and the Musical Museum will be closed.

Opening hours

Friday 3rd September is the launch event 6-9pm in and around Catherine Wheel Road, and will include Johnsons Island, the Lôft and Brentford Project Event Space.

The general opening hours for open studios and exhibitions are - 11am to 5pm on the Saturday and Sunday.

However, some venues have their own opening hours as follows:

Water & Steam Museum, 10am to 4pm
Musical Museum, 10.30am to 4.30pm
Watermans, open from 12.30pm.

There will also be programmed events occurring at various points over the weekend.

Staying Safe: Covid-Secure Measures

We want to keep everyone safe, so our venues will be operating at reduced capacity, and we recommend that visitors wear face masks in indoor spaces and maintain social distancing.

Thank you!

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