A building in Derby, England, thought to be the world's first factory, is preparing to become a museum. It is said that the museum, which will be called the Museum of Making, will come to life in a 300-year-old silk factory. It was announced that the aim of the museum was to develop the concept of production among young people. Tony Butler, director of the Derby Museums, said, “Look at popular television shows. It's all about making and repairing things. With this museum, we want to show that every young person can produce something.” The factory building, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage list and opened in 1721, has a 300-year history. It is thought that the museum will also display striking artifacts from Derby's rich industrial past. The project, which will bring the builders of the past to those of today, is being implemented with £17 million. Those who finance the construction of the museum; It was announced as the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Arts Council England, D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership and a number of business people. Hannah Fox, the museum's director of programs and projects, said, “After the factory burned down, it underwent a great change. But for 300 years, when an accident happened to the building, it was rebuilt every time because it is a very important structure for the city,” he said.