Start: 13th April 2020
12:00 pm
End: 13th April 2020
4:00 pm

Event Venue

Waterworks Museum - Hereford Broomy Hill Hereford Herefordshire HR4 0LJ

GPS: 52.049929, -2.735306

CANCELLED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS RISK, PLEASE READ THEIR FULL STATEMENT HERE.

This year the historic water supplies exhibition at the Waterworks Museum, Hereford focuses on Leominster and will tell the fascinating story of the history of water supply in Leominster.

Its water pumping station was built in 1865 after a typhoid outbreak that killed 38 people. 30 years ago, the water pumping station was saved from demolition and rebuilt by volunteers at the Waterworks Museum (now known as our ‘Tangye House’).

Further details for events/open days in 2020
• The Museum is open every Tuesday from 11am – 4pm. New in 2020: Between April – October additional engines can be seen in
operation (but not the steam engines).
• On a family open-day the Museum is open from 12-4pm, with all engines working from 1pm.
• FREE ADMISSION FOR: (i) Visitors under 16; (ii) Essential carers attending with a disabled visitor; (iii) Museum Members.
• New for 2020: Buy an Annual Adult Pass at Reception (£10) and gain 12 months’ free admission from date of purchase
• The children’s Heritage Water Park will normally be open between March and October 2020.
• Please monitor the Museum website and Facebook/Twitter for possible other special attractions on family open-days.Further details for events/open days in 2020
• The Museum is open every Tuesday from 11am – 4pm. New in 2020: Between April – October additional engines can be seen in
operation (but not the steam engines).
• On a family open-day the Museum is open from 12-4pm, with all engines working from 1pm.
• FREE ADMISSION FOR: (i) Visitors under 16; (ii) Essential carers attending with a disabled visitor; (iii) Museum Members.
• New for 2020: Buy an Annual Adult Pass at Reception (£10) and gain 12 months’ free admission from date of purchase
• The children’s Heritage Water Park will normally be open between March and October 2020.
• Please monitor the Museum website and Facebook/Twitter for possible other special attractions on family open-days.

w: waterworksmuseum.org.uk

Established in 1974, the museum is an independent working museum concerned primarily, but not exclusively, with the story of the supply of water for public consumption from earliest habitation to the close of the 20th century.

Learn more about Hereford

Fees & Tickets
Adults £7.00, Seniors £6.00 and Children 16+ £2.00, Children under 16 FREE
GBP 7

Organizer

Waterworks Museum – Hereford

Heritage Museum
CURRENTLY CLOSED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS RISK, PLEASE READ THEIR FULL STATEMENT HERE. The Waterworks Museum – Hereford is a brilliant day out for the whole family…