- Westonzoyland Pumping Station
Museum of stationary steam engines and land drainage history of the Somerset Levels, at the county's oldest surviving pumping station. Includes details of location, opening times, exhibited engines and how to support their work.
- Deutsches Museum
Features about 18,000 objects in 45 exhibitions and houses its own restoration and maintenance workshops. Includes details of exhibits, fees, hours, events and lectures, guided tours, membership details and directions. Located in Munich, Germany. [German and English].
- The Works
Non-profit organization features interactive displays with discovery stations in the areas of mechanisms and simple machines, structures and shapes, and imaging and optical technologies. Includes history of facility, hours, fees, membership information, events and directions. Located in Edina, Minnesota.
- Rubens Maskinhistoriska
Features vintage machinery such as tractors, steam engines and other working equipment. Includes photos, FAQs, activities, contact information and directions. Located in Samlingar, Sweden. [Swedish, English, Dutch and German].
- Edison Museum
Dedicated to the work and mind of Thomas Alva Edison, his inventions and innovations. Includes history of the facility, links and hours. No admission charge. Located in Beaumont, Texas.
- Kew Bridge Steam Museum
Museum houses a collection of giant pumping engines in a Victorian waterworks on the Thames. The engines include the largest running beam engine in the world and are in steam every weekend and bank holiday. Also features the Water for Life gallery, a display of the history of water supply. Web site describes the major exhibits and provides visitor information.
- Cruquius Pumping Museum
One of the three stations that drained lake Haarlemmermeer around the 1850s, and the only one where the original steam engine and pumps have been preserved. Includes hours, fees and directions. Located in the Netherlands. [Dutch, English, French and German]