The Charles Burrell Museum stands tall showcasing steam powered items and steam transport pieces that successfully display the golden period of industrial revolution of the UK. For the public, the museum opened its gate in 1991. The museum building is nothing but the real paint shop of Charles Burrell who used to be a famous manufacturer and worldwide supplier of steam engines. The collection of this museum carries a lot of old steam engines and mechanisms of vivid kinds that will surprise you for sure. Agricultural machinery, unmatched engines and the famous heavy haulage engine known as the Burrell-Boydell can be seen in this museum. You will be happy to visit the museum’s gallery also which provides a lot of information.
How to Reach Charles Burrell Museum
- Bus T2 to stop : Bus Interchange (Stand A)
- Bus 40 to stop : Bus Interchange (Stand D)