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Museum of Power, Langford

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  • Interesting trip, it was previously a pumping station and they have one of the original pumps that still works (on certain days). Also has many other engines including an area whicih is hands on for o...  more »
  • The Museum of Power is an attraction for anyone interested in types of engines and machines which are power related. Quoting from the leaflet available "Housed in a former Pumping Station the museum c...  more »
  • Our U3A Group decided to visit the Museum of Power, as it is fairly local, and we chose a day when they had their Classic Car Rally, on the 14th May. I love classic cars from my childhood and there we...  more »
  • Well run and friendly. If you love steam and engines this is your place. Kids won't complain either.
  • Little gem of s place. Kids loved the model village
  • Great place to visit. Plenty to do and lots to see. Good activities and the occasional fair
  • Being the museum of power based at a Victoria pump house...fully restored I expected it to be working? I sort of expected the steam train to be running and maybe if not the other two a steam engine maybe. ..Instead there were a few old electric motors in ancient cases with buttons to press hmm? The replica workshop was running which was great......The tea room was nice but not really what we went for. The toilets were outside and as you would expect a thousand eyes attached to eight legs watched you...very very disappointed. I would have gladly paid more for a working museum. A really shame because it could have been fantastic if ran properly...?
  • My son and I had a great day at the Museum of Power and really enjoyed the exhibits and riding on the train. We'd definitely go again as there was plenty to see and it was very reasonably priced.