That’s the sound of art flushing

Culture lovers have got it pretty good in Massachusetts. You’ve got your MFA, your ICA, the MOMA, and the PM. That’s right, the Plumber’s Museum. Started in Worcester in 1979, the museum was relocated to a 150-year old former ice house in Watertown in 2008. The collection offers a look at American history through the work and tools of trade specific engineers and inventors. There’s a museum library where you can see vintage magazines and supply catalogs. You can find out about the history of plumbing, the different technologies & tools, and there’s even a hands-on workshop.
Don’t just sit there feeling flushed with excitement. There’s no time to waste, so roll on over to the Plumber’s Museum to get a whole new perspective on our day-to-day lives.

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  • Robert Clayton  On April 4, 2011 at 7:13 pm

    We’re in the process of doing a minor bathroom remodel, just the vanity, sink ,medicine cabinet, faucet and light fixture and I can tell you that the choices out there are amazing (and not cheap!)We spent the entire day Saturday going to six bath showrooms; we were exhausted!

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