Cambridge Museum of Technology
Based in a Victorian pumping station on the banks of the river Cam, Cambridge Museum of Technology brings our industrial heritage to life.
Marvel at the massive 19th century pumping engines and explore the world of early electronic - from radios to scientific instruments.
If you prefer doing to viewing, you can make your own souvenir in our print shop or get wet using our interactive water pumps.
We have a full events programme including regular steam days when we stoke up the boiler and run the engines. For information about steam days and other special events check out our website.
Non steam days.
Adults £3, children and senior citizens £1.50.
Adults £5, children and senior citizens £3.
Children under 7 admitted free of charge.
|Season Dates||Opening Hours|
|Notes||1/11/10 to Easter 2011: First Sunday in each month 2-5pm.
Easter 2011 to 31/10/11: Every Sunday 2-5pm.
1/11/11 to Easter 2012: First Sunday in each month 2-5pm.
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VenueCambridge Museum of Technology
The Old Pumping Station, Cheddars Lane, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB5 8LD
Map reference: TL 465594 Lat: 52.21333 Long: 0.14286
Go into Cambridge centre, then turn off onto Newmarket Road, turn left down River Lane or Stanley Road to riverside.
Parking : with charge
Accessible by Public Transport : 2 miles (3.2 kms) from Cambridge station