Cambridge Museum of Technology has teamed up with Camboats to create the Floating Museum, a unique and unusual way to experience Cambridge’s history. View the sites of the city’s fascinating industrial and technological past from the comfort of a river boat.
After huge amounts of planning and preparation, construction has begun! Old buildings and portacabins are being torn down to make way for our new cafe, shop, and flexible exhibitions and learning space. Work has also started on our heritage boiler so that we can run our steam pumping engines again.
Cambridge Museum of Technology has been lucky enough to welcome the actor and writer Robert Lloyd Parry to do six thrilling, charming and at times chilling readings of some time honoured tales over the course of this year.
Cambridge Museum of Technology are proud to be involved in the 2018 Year of Engineering. We will be putting on a project every month aimed at involving and inspiring students in an area of engineering!
October was a busy month at the Museum, with several events and visiting groups. However, we are still hard at work on the Museum's redevelopment project as we pack the collections and continue to fundraise.
We are recruiting for an Education Officer who can deliver high quality science, technology and engineering education programmes. The post is full time for two years, with a salary of £20,000 - £28,000 p.a.