This project will conserve the historic building, improve visitor facilities and provide a home for the recently acquired collection of Marc Brunel’s beautiful Thames Tunnel watercolour designs. We will also be able to offer a wider range of events and activities for people.
We have received development funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and other generous funders to transform the museum.
Brunel Museum secures funding from Association for Industrial Archaeology for restoration of Engine House
We’re delighted to share that we’ve secured a grant of £20, 000 from the Association for Industrial Archaeology to restore the Grade II* Listed Engine
The Brunel museum has secured a grant of £2000 to continue their Sophia’s Story Afterschool club into the new year, thanks to United St Saviour’s
At the heart of the Brunel Museum Reinvented project is the strong desire to the Museum to make sure we’re meeting the needs of the
The project, ‘Sophia’s story’ takes its inspiration from Sophia Brunel Marc’s daughter and sister to Isambard, walking in her father’s tunnel. This is the only