Centring around the Tea Race of 1866, this exhibition will explore the 19th century Tea Trade and its impact on everyday life, both at sea and on shore.
The Scottish Fisheries Museum is seeking an Assistant Curator (Maternity Cover) to join the team for our exciting 50th anniversary year.
The provisional 2019 Outreach Programme for the Museum’s sailing vessels was launched today.
LADA WILSON | SOUTH – an exhibition documenting an artistic investigation of the term ‘SOUTH’ and the many notions it conveys.
Anstruther Improvements Association Presents “It Ends up on Our Beach”, an exhibition of photography highlighting the worrying scale of plastic pollution on our local beaches
Stabilisation and support to conserve the Research for the future, funded by Museums Galleries Scotland Recognition Fund.
“Shirley II” was built in 1956 by J N Miller & Sons in St Monans.
The current boatyard project is “Athene”, originally called “Guiding Star” and registered as KY240.
The Scottish Fisheries Museum has been included in a new publication celebrating how maritime museums and historic vessels can create a warm welcome for all visitors, including those with disabilities.
a selection of Christmas-themed objects from the Scottish Fisheries Museum’s collection