Museum marks 40th anniversary of the Aberdeen Harbour blockade
31st March 2015
31st March marks 40 years since the action by fishermen to blockade Aberdeen and other Scottish harbours in protest against imports of cheap fish and other Government policies that they saw as a threat to their industry and livelihoods.
- "Margaret" sails into the spotlight- 26th February 2015
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Exhibition : 27 March - 31 May : Poles Apart
Curated by the University of St Andrews Library, Special Collections, to explore changing attitudes to whaling in the 20th centuryLearn more
Summer (April to September)
Monday - Saturday: 10am - 5:30pm
Sunday: 11am - 5pm
Winter (October to March)
Monday - Saturday: 10am - 4:30pm
Sunday: 12 midday - 4.30pm
Last entry one hour before closing
Open throughout the year except Christmas and New Year periods.
Accompanied Children Free!
(up to 16 years, up to 5 per family)
Use Gift Aid and make your donation worth more
Parties of 12 or more adults booked in advance are admitted at the reduced rate:
Adult: £6.50 self-guided;
Concessions: £5.50 self-guided;
(Senior citizens, students, disabled)
Group rates also apply where there are more than 5 children:
Youth groups: £3.00 self-guided;
(Up to the age of 16, and up to 18 years in further education)
Primary School age children:
£3.00 per child - self-led tour
Secondary School age children: £3.50 per child - guided tour
Teachers and Group Leaders are free at a ratio of 1:5 for early years and 1:10 for primary and secondary schools
Additional Teachers / Group Leaders/adults £4.50
Registered Carers are free
N.B. Museum guides give their services on a voluntary basis and so adequate notice is required and we cannot guarantee availability.Times & Prices