British Motor Museums

Whitewebbs Museum

Whitewebbs Museum is situated within easy reach of Junction 25 on the M25. From the A10, turn right into Bullsmoor Lane. At the T-junction, turn right, follow the road round into Whitewebbs Lane for 1.7 miles. The museum is on the left at the far end of this road, 150 yards before the next T-junction. Car parking is free. For SatNav enter EN2 9HP .

The museum is open every Tuesday between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. (last entry at 3:30 p.m.) and the last Sunday of each month (with exceptions).

The museum is owned and operated by the Enfield and District Veteran Vehicle Trust, a registered charity. Everybody involved is an enthusiast and volunteer. The building is an 1898 pumping station that was purchased by the Trust in 1986 in a near derelict state. It originally housed two steam engines and boilers which pumped water from the well below the building into the New River.

Alterations included adding all the floors and staircases, as well as refurbishing the rest. With the main building now complete, the latest development has been the construction of a fire station, and alongside it, a large building displaying a variety of vehicles.

Amongst exhibits is a Bedford RL Green Goddess Fire Engine and a 1970 Dennis fire appliance. A small collection of cars and vans plus other interesting items are alos on display.

The Museum is in the process of updating its website during 2021/2.

Green Goddess


Whitewebbs Lane,


Phone: 020-8367 1898


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