The Board of the Scottish Fisheries Museum is pleased to announce the appointment of our new Director, Jan Clarke, who takes up the post on 1st December.
Blog post by student volunteer Jonathan Harding describing his work on the Museum’s model boat collection.
Blog post by student volunteer Tabitha Saunders describing her work on the Museum’s artwork collection.
Her Royal Highness visited the Museum to mark completion of the £1million, five-year conservation of Reaper, the last of the great First-Class Scottish Herring Luggers, and tour the newly developed Whaling and Zulu galleries.
New project launched to capture memories of Scottish whaling communities.
It’s Volunteer Week and we want to give a shout out to our fabulous volunteers! Thank you to all volunteers who help with all aspects of the museum’s work.
We are looking for part-time seasonal Visitor Assistants to welcome visitors aboard our iconic flagship “Reaper”.
We are looking for Part-time Seasonal Café Assistants to work in our busy Waves Café.
Members of the Scottish Fisheries Museum Model Boat Club have been busy over the winter months refreshing their display case within the museum’s Historic Boatyard.
Two new artworks join the Collections at the Scottish Fisheries Museum thanks to funding from the National Fund for Acquisitions.