Main things to see at the museum
1895 Worth Mackenzie Triple Expansion Beam Engine - The giant exhibit that many visitors come especially to see.
The Noel Meeke Heritage Water Park - The outdoor exhibition space opened in 2015 - fun for all visitors.
Tangye Engine - Situated in the Tangye House the Water Pumping Station relocated to the Museum from Leominster.
Hayward Tyler Hot Air Engines - The Museum is recognised as a centre of excellence for hot-air engines.
The Sump - The in situ Victorian Sump (or well) from which water from the River Wye was lifted into the pumping station.
Horse Drawn Fire Engine - The Museum houses a range of early exhibits relating to fire fighting in Herefordshire.
Lancashire Boiler - The in-stue boiler that powered the triple expansion beam engine at Broomy Hill Pumping Station.
Blackstone Vertical Diesel Engine - A Blackstone vertical diesel engines saved from the Royal Ordnance Munitions Factory at Rotherwas, Hereford.