Watertown, Mass. — The American Sanitary Plumbing Museum, better known as The Plumbing Museum, unveiled its redesigned website this week. Nearly seven years after reopening in Watertown, the museum has become well known as an educational resource, fun tourist destination, and unique function space. The museum was also featured in a cover story of a 2013 Wall Street Journal article and on WCVB TV’s Chronicle.
The fresh new website honors the historic nature of both the collection and the building itself, while embracing the artistic and off-beat personality that visitors enjoy. Some of the site’s highlights include an integrated blog for news and stories, a space where visitors can browse the museum’s collection, and easy access to information about private events and functions. The museum offers free tours on weekdays by appointment, call 617-926-2111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit the new website from your computer, tablet, or phone at theplumbingmuseum.org.
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