The gallery below shows some of the main exhibits visitors can see at the Waterworks Museum. It’s also illustrates visiting members of the public and group visits, some events hosted at the Museum and children and families enjoying our Heritage Water Park.
1895 Worth Mackenzie Triple Expansion Steam 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 to the water treatment works in Broomy Hill.
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.