Welcome to Twyford Waterworks
Come and discover the story of water extraction, softening and supply over the last 100 years at this Scheduled Ancient Monument located close to Winchester in the heart of the Hampshire countryside.
Restored by volunteers of the Twyford Waterworks Trust we are open on selected days throughout the year. We look forward to seeing you at one of our Events - please see our Events page for full details.
We also welcome group visits by prior arrangement and can provide guided tours tailored to your interests.
Sunday 4th October
11am – 4pm
Enjoy an informative stroll around our Waterworks with everything fully open, restored machinery in operation and our volunteers on hand to explain how it all used to work.
Learn all about the progress we are making to restore our boilers and steam pumping engine!
Discover the lime kilns up above the main works, where you can also watch the industrial narrow gauge railway at work. Follow our nature trail around the three acre site and see what you can spot!
Relax in our renowned Tea Room, offering a wide range of hot & cold drinks, sandwiches, toasties, snacks, cakes & ice creams and an outdoor BBQ with locally sourced burgers and sausages, all at a reasonable price. Please feel free to make use of the picnic tables around the site too.
Our very popular end of season rally - steam engines, stationary engines, displays and more! Come and help make this a great end to a good year for the Waterworks.
The Waterworks will be fully open with restored machinery in operation, together with the industrial narrow gauge railway.
Free preserved bus service* from and to Winchester! Have a bus ride as part of your day at the Waterworks!
Winchester Station Dep 10.25 11.25 13.25 14.25 15.25
Winchester Broadway Dep 10.30 11.30 13.30 14.30 15.30
Twyford Waterworks Arr 10.50 11.50 13.50 14.50 15.50
Twyford Waterworks Dep 11.05 13.05 14.05 15.05 16.05
Winchester Station Arr 11.25 13.25 14.25 15.25 16.25
Winchester Broadway Arr 11.30 13.30 14.30 15.30 16.30
* kindly provided by Friends of King Alfred Buses
Last Updated: Tuesday 8th September 2015