The Engineer’s House on Riverside is to be leased to Cambridge Museum of Technology as part of a 25-year agreement.

John Little, Chair of the Board of Trustees at Cambridge Museum of Technology, said: “We are very grateful to the city council for this opportunity to conserve the Engineer’s House and reunite it with the historic pumping station of which it was once an integral part."

“It will allow us to document and celebrate the lives of the Victorian engineers, create an archive hub for Cambridge industrial history and enhance facilities for the community."

“We are also grateful to members of the local community who have strongly supported this project.”

Learn more about how you can support this project, integrating the Engineer's House into the wider museum site and using the space for exhibitions and Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) education.

Can you help promote fundraising for this project? Please contact the museum!

Read the full press release by Cambridge City Council.

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