For my readers on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, you’ll be excited to learn of a wonderful new Steampunk art exhibition that has recently arrived in London. What is being heralded as the largest collection of Steampunk art has arrived at the Kew Bridge Steam Museum and will be there through the 29th of August.
The exhibition, which is organised jointly by the Kew Bridge Engines Trust and the Victorian Steampunk Society, follows last year’s very successful show at the Museum of the History of Science in Oxford but is on a much larger scale.
The exhibit will feature a rotating display, so as some pieces arrive, others are removed. Fortunately, the admission fee for the museum (£9.50) includes unlimited return visits for a year. The art exhibit is open 11am to 4pm every Tuesday to Sunday, and is closed on Mondays, except Bank Holidays.