Tunnel Shaft

The Brunel Museum

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  • From £230
  • 130 Standing
  • Southwark
  • From £230
  • 130 Standing
  • Southwark

Space description

This is the local story of an engineering family that changed the world. As well as building the world’s first tunnel through soft ground under a navigable river, the Brunels hosted the first underground concert party here in 1827, and the museum celebrates both engineering and performance in its Grade II* listed Tunnel Shaft. The Brunel Museum is an educational charity.





More about The Brunel Museum

The Scheduled Monument sits amongst cobbled streets and listed buildings in a quiet bend of the River Thames. The Mayflower sailed from here. Landscaped grounds and river terrace, award winning sculptures and roof top bar and herb garden. Below an underground theatre and cinema seats 100 people.