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  • In a range of historic buildings at Anstruther Harbour, we tell the story of the Scottish fishing industry.
  • Learn about Fishing's Industrial Revolution through our fascinating exhibitions, collections, and archive images.
  • The Museum is fun for all the family with hands-on displays and a programme of activities for children and adults.
  • Support the Museum when you buy items including books, souvenirs, toys, and local produce from our shop.
  • We celebrate the role of the whole community in the success of the industry, and the craft traditions it inspired.
Latest News
Vacancy: Fleet and Volunteer Co-Ordinator

With the support of the Headley Trust, we are seeking to appoint a Fleet and Volunteer Co-ordinator to support our volunteering programmes and historic fishing boats.

Last month the St Ayles Rowing Club held their postponed gathering for local clubs at the museum.

Current Exhibition
Pride in the Seas

A powerful photo-led exhibition featuring 12 individuals from across Scotland, “Pride in the Seas” depicts the challenges, pride and responsibility felt by those working in Scotland’s fishing industry.

Upcoming Events
Historic Boats at the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival, Portsoy
Friday, 21st June 2024 10:00 AM

Reaper and White Wing will be making an appearance at the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival in Portsoy

East Neuk Festival - Zulu - 28th June 2024

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