The Museum of Water

The Museum of Water, created by London-based artist Amy Sharrocks, displays a collection of public donated water in bottles of all shapes and sizes accumulated over a period of two years.

 

With the thought of future generations in mind, the museum has created another level of awareness by capturing and observing an aspect of human life that may soon be lost.

 

The collection currently displays over 500 bottles of water from the most complex to the simplest kinds, encouraging a conversation about our place in time and climate change. What water would you bring? To celebrate our access to free, clean water, the museum also has a pop-up bar that serves exclusively tap water. Cheers!

 

 

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For more info visit : www.museumofwater.co.uk