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New display on Fishermen at War opens

To commemorate fishermen and their role in wartime, on Saturday the 11th of November, the Scottish Fisheries Museum opened its new gallery which tells the story of fisher folk and the fishing industry during wartime.

Reaper at Rosyth for restoration

The Reaper made her way up river last week to Rosyth Naval Dockyard where she will undergo a comprehensive restoration programme

Forthcoming exhibition : Visserstruien : Traditional Dutch Ganseys

In October the Scottish Fisheries Museum will welcome a touring exhibition of ganseys that highlights the links between fishing communities across the North Sea.

Grant for Reaper refit announced

An important step forward in the planned refit of Reaper, the Museum’s 1903 Fifie Herring Drifter, was made on Friday 5th August 2017 when Fiona Hyslop MSP, the Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs came aboard Reaper to announce that the Scottish Government have awarded the Museum a grant of £500,000 to enable the refit of the boat to go ahead.

Plans for Reaper forge ahead

This coming year promises to be another important and interesting year for Reaper, as the long-planned major refit is organised and planned to ensure that she can continue to play her outreach role for Scotland’s fishing communities.

Museum Launches new website

Welcome to the new website of the Scottish Fisheries Museum.

We have upgraded our site to make it responsive for mobile phones and tablets. You will find all the information you need still here on the site, so please explore our new menus.

We are still finalising the pages so, if you do notice any problems or glitches, please let us know or contact the site developer Allan Winter at: winterak@winterscomputing.co.uk

Museum seeks Learning and Access Officer

A vacancy has arisen for this dynamic post at the Scottish Fisheries Museum

The Museum is seeking an outgoing, dynamic person for the post of Learning and Access Officer.

Museums receives funding for major exhibition

Museums receives funding for major exhibition - Stories, Stones and Bones: Scottish Fisheries Museum celebrates £10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund grant as part of the Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology 2017.

Opportunity to work with National Historic Ships

Opportunity to work with National Historic Ships

Project vacancies available

Project vacancies available - We are looking for two people to work on “Casting the Net”, a joint project with Clyde Fishermen’s Association

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