Welcome to The Waterworks Museum - Hereford

The working museum which makes the story of drinking water spring to life.

The museum traces the history of drinking water from the cave-dwellers up to the present day through wonderful working engines, superb display panels, illuminated displays, guidebooks and films. Classified by English Heritage as "a site of clear national importance", the Museum is home to the oldest working triple-expansion steam engine in the UK and probably has the widest range of working pumping engines.

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Get the full history of the Museum: how and why it was founded ...
Download copies of documents relating to the Museum's collect...

Learn about Museum's child and adult education and outreach...
Keep up to date on the Museum's range of reguar events and op ...

Download copies of various presentations given by the Museum ...
View our exhibits on show at the Museum and see images with full descriptions ...
View information about the Museum's large catalogue of exhibits ...
Visit the Museum's shop for a range of quality giftware and ...

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This website is owned and published by The Hereford Waterworks Musuem, a charitable trust, a company limited by guarantee and a registered museum whose registered company address is Herefordshire Waterworks Museum Ltd, The Hereford Waterworks, Broomy Hill, Hereford, HR4 0LJ.
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