The Museum has a narrow gauge railway line operated by a Simplex diesel disguised as a steam engine and a simple four-wheeled coach which are run on most open days. A steam narrow gauge tank locomotive by Jung Locomotive Works of Germany is static in the shed. The museum also has the last surviving example of a experimental type of Garret traction engine which is not (?) in service, and a example of a colonial Steam Wagon which is also working and a pair of Ploughing engines along with a set of plouging tackle and several Threshing machines. There is a farm next to the museum which has a collection of rare breeds of birds. Finally the museum has some fairground rides and s several organs on site which are usually in operation for the public.
The Museum hosts a number of special events throughout the year. The biggest being the annual Strumpshaw Steam Rally which has been running in 2009 for the past 17 years. The event is held on the Witsun tide Bank hoiliday weekend over 3 days and is one of the larger events on that weekend. The museums engines also visit other rallies in the East Anglia area and on occasion events further afield such as the Great Dorset Steam Fair.