BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT
The Museum is situated in Markfield Park and within 10 minutes walk of Tottenham Hale or Seven Sisters tube stations, or South Tottenham Overground.
Buses 41 & W4 pass along Broad Lane & Buses 76, 149, 243, 259, 279, 318, 349 & 476 pass along Tottenham High Road.
(you can use the TFL journey planner to find the easiest itinerary)
BY FOOT or BICYCLE
The Engine House is located a few yards from the River Lea towpath between Stonebridge Lock and Springfield Marina. It can also be accessed across Markfield Park via Crowland Road from the A10, or via Markfield Road as below.
Markfield Road is a turning immediately off Broad Lane which links between the A10 (a major road running from the City of London north, to Hertford and Cambridge), and the A503 (which runs east through Walthamstow).
The A10 can be accessed directly at Junction 25 of the M25 and the route to follow to Tottenham is the A10 to Central London.
PLAN YOUR VISIT
To help us keep people safe at Markfield we have extra measures in place.
At the museum we are:
Collecting contact details For NHS Test & Trace
Asking all visitors to wear a mask
Maintaining 2m social distancing
Providing hand sanitiser
Signposting a one-way route around the museum
Limiting numbers in the museum
Carrying out extra cleaning throughout the day
Please bear with us if on occasion there are queues.
During your visit
We have children’s activity sheets on hand to help you make the most of your visit.
Make sure you leave time to explore the park and the remains of Markfield sewage treatment works.
Markfield Park Café is also open serving, hot food, ice creams and snacks.
FREE ADMISSION (we welcome donations)
Unfortunately we are closed while lockdown restrictions are in force.
Open House London weekend
2021 dates to be confirmed
NEXT STEAMING: To be announced
Due to damage to our fuel lines in a recent fire at Markfield Adventure Playground, we are unable to steam for the time being