Copyright © 2018 Markfield Beam Engine and Museum

Registered Company No:1850235

Registered Charity No:290486

PLAN YOUR VISIT

Next Steaming: Saturday 7th December 2019

                        2020 dates to be confirmed

MUSEUM OPENINGS


October to March
2nd Sunday of each month


April to September
2nd and 4th Sundays of each month


Opening hours: 11am to 5pm

Open House London weekend

19-20 September 2020

STEAM DAYS 2019

Bank Holiday Monday 22 April

Bank Holiday Monday 6 May

Bank Holiday Monday 27 May

Sunday 23 June

Sunday 28 July

Bank Holiday Monday 26 August

Saturday 21 September

Sunday 22 September

Engine Steaming times

12:30pm to 1:15pm

 2:00 pm to 2:45pm

 3:30 pm to 4.15pm

FREE ADMISSION

(we welcome donations)

Free car parking / Disabled access / Cafe adjacent to museum

Getting Here

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 below 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.

BY CAR

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.

Complement your visit

Eat at Markfield Park café

Enjoy the menu and surroundings.