The Plumbing Museum will leave its place in Watertown.
The following information was provided by the Sanitary Museum:
The Plumbing Museum is temporarily closing its doors after being part of the Watertown community for 15 years. Its administrator, JC Cannistraro, LLC. is relocating from its headquarters and will be looking for a separate space to relocate the museum’s collection.
The Plumbing Museum has attracted thousands of curious visitors over the years and has acted as a venue for local arts and industry events such as the Watertown Film Festival, Music of the Pipes and art exhibitions featuring work by in-house artists-in-residence.
A small selection of the artifacts are on display at The FID – Cannistraros Center for Manufacturing, Industry and Design in Boston’s Seaport neighborhood. In addition, the Artist-in-Residency program will continue at this location.
Fans of the museum can research the collection and keep in touch via www.theplumbingmuseum.org for future updates.