Current Projects

The Waterworks Museum prides itself that the museum never stands still and that there is always something new for visitors to see. Living up to this mantra is a real challenge, but one which the Museum’s trustees and volunteers welcomingly embrace.

Currently, we have two projects as work in progress.

The Massington Line Shaft

The Massington Line Shaft project is refurbishing for display and operation at the museum the lineshaft from the Massington Pumping Station which provided water to the people of Ledbury at the start of the 20th century. The Trustees are currently seeking funding to complete the final phase of this project.

View details on the Massington Lineshaft Project

Stirling Hot Air Engine Exhibition

A new exhibition which will celebrate the bicentenary of the patenting of the Stirling Hot Air Engine.

For more information on these projects please email: