The Brunel Museum Reinvented Project
Community Consultation Page
We have recently received development funding from the Heritage Fund and other generous funders to transform the museum. If the next stage of our application is successful, 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.
Opportunities to Share Your Views
The Brunel Museum Reinvented Project design team joined us for Open House on Saturday 19th September. Visitors popped by to look at some visuals and share their views on current proposals for the project. The team gathered lots of helpful comments, which are currently being considered as we move forwards into the next stage of the project.
The visuals could then be viewed at the museum until Sunday 4th October at 5pm.
Survey Closed – 512 responses received
Our Survey Monkey survey has now closed with 512 responses received. Thanks to all those who took the time to complete a survey and the 40+ stakeholders that we have spoken to. We’ve now got lots of useful data which will directly help us shape the experience at a reinvented Brunel Museum.