Easter to October - Every Sunday, 2.00-5.00pm
November to Easter - First Sunday in the month, 2.00-5.00pm
On these open days the whole of the museum is open and some of the non-steam exhibits can be running. For information about steaming days and other special events, see our events page.
The Old Pumping Station
Cambridge, CB5 8LD
Children £1.50 (ages 7 - 18)
Family (2 adults and up to 3 children) £8.50
Under 7s are free
Children £3.00 (ages 7 - 18)
Family (2 adults and up to 3 children) £14.00
Under 7s are free
The museum is located one mile from the city centre. The entrance is on RIVERSIDE off RIVER LANE off NEWMARKET ROAD.
Look for the brown Heritage signs and the chimney. There is parking on Riverside. Disabled access and parking is from Cheddars Lane off Newmarket Road.
Please note that due to the new foot and cycle bridge, Riverside is currently closed to through traffic and parking is limited.
To check for the availability of trains to Cambridge, try the National Rail Enquiries website.
To find the correct bus to get you to The Cambridge Museum of Technology, try the Cambridge County Council bus information website
Riverside Foot and Cycle Bridge
Cambridgeshire County Council has built a major new foot and cycle bridge that links Riverside with Chesterton in Cambridge. The bridge will allow better access to the Museum of Technology by foot or bike.
Information for disabled access
Due to the historic nature of this site and museum buildings, access to all areas may not be possible for all visitors including users of wheelchairs and pushchairs.
Please be advised that pathways can be uneven, sloping and sometimes slippery, with steps of uneven heights. All visitors must exercise caution at all times as they access the various areas of the site.
Disabled Access to the site is via the Cheddars Lane entrance – Please contact us on 01223 500652 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like information on disabled access to the museum. You must contact us (preferably prior to your visit) if you think that you may need special assistance. However, be aware at this time, many of the museum buildings are not currently wheelchair accessible.
The Cambridge Museum of Technology has an ongoing programme of development which includes improving access and the facilities for all visitors to the site and buildings.