Well, it looks like the American Sanitary Plumbing Museum (AKA The Toilet Museum) is closing and it’s big news on the interweb this morning.
According to the T&G the owner is retiring & donating the collection to the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors of Greater Boston. They’re going to take the collection to Watertown (not kidding) and expand it to include modern toilet technology. Darn it – we just can’t seem to keep anything around here. I’m just not even going to try coming up with some clever pun – Hyphoid Logic did a good enough job with that.
I’ve never actually made it over to the toilet museum. The strange thing is that I was just talking to someone about going and checking it out. I looked at their hours and it looks like I’ll be out of luck. They are only open at times when I’m nowhere near Worcester. I won’t make it over there before it floats away – oh well.
- ‘Toilet museum’ closing doors / Telegram & Gazette story
- No Place For Museums – Wormtown Taxi – keeping an eye on everything!
- Worcester Losing a Quirky Institution: The Toilets Are Leaving Town – Hyphoid Logic making me laugh (again)