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Whitewebbs Museum of Transport

Whitewebbs Road, Enfield EN2 9HW, England
+44 20 8367 1898
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Mrs

went with my daughter and 3 and a half year old grandson. Cannot believe my daughter has lived... read more

Reviewed 15 February 2018
michdavis
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Thoroughly enjoyable.

This museum is run by volunteers who clearly enjoy what they are doing and are more than eager to... read more

Reviewed 28 January 2018
Gary S
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“model railway” (9 reviews)
“pump house” (5 reviews)
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Whitewebbs Road, Enfield EN2 9HW, England
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+44 20 8367 1898
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Reviewed 15 February 2018 via mobile

went with my daughter and 3 and a half year old grandson. Cannot believe my daughter has lived around the corner from this truly amazing place. We arrived at midday on Tuesday ( half term week) plenty of free parking spaces. We went into the...More

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Reviewed 28 January 2018

This museum is run by volunteers who clearly enjoy what they are doing and are more than eager to share their enthusiasm with the visitors. If you're old enough you'll remember many of the exhibits in daily use and will spend your time telling your...More

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Reviewed 17 January 2018

I have been several times as an individual visitor as well as part of our car club. The people could not more inviting and helpful. You can organise with the museum for your car club to visit and you can park inside the grounds with...More

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Reviewed 6 January 2018 via mobile

Had a wonderful afternoon at this museum for my lovely father-in-laws wake,he was a member of the Museum and talked about it with fondness,he also had one of his bikes exhibited. The staff were very welcoming,it was like having my father-in-law with us. Thank you...More

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Reviewed 8 September 2017

I had the unfortunate experience of losing my wallet en route to Whitewebbs (and thus the wherewithal to purchase a ticket or refreshments) but my companion had sufficient cash to get us in. The only drawback to visiting Whitewebbs is that they aren't set up...More

Thank John P
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Reviewed 7 September 2017

an excellent museum in the old pumping station. Entrance fee of £5 seems very reasonable.There are three floors with lots of memorabilia apart from cars, early vans and many motor cycles. Restaurant serves hot food, snacks and drinks. Outside several old fire engines, a model...More

Thank dmhey
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Reviewed 26 August 2017

Lots to see and look at. Vintage Cars and Motorbikes, Model railway runs in a retired Railway carriage. Regular special events well worth visiting. Small tea shop for tea, buns and sandwiches made to order.

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Reviewed 15 August 2017

. . and people-movers like prams or even roller skates, but completely unrelated stuff garnered by local enthusiasts e.g. a small collection of typewriters and ditto of cameras, plus a WW1 trench pump in a small corner of militaria. Don’t miss the well in the...More

Thank John W
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Reviewed 30 July 2017

I love this place - really friendly and accomodating staff, great exhibits, well maintained and generally lots of fun. Housed in the building and grounds of an old pump house, the main building climbs up several floors and goes from cars to motorcycles to Bicycles...More

Thank chris m
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Reviewed 9 July 2017

This is a quirky little museum that is great f you like cars, model trains and fire engines. They are open Tuesday and the last Sunday of the month and then at certain other times as per their website. It is currently £4 to get...More

Thank Sarah T
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