An exhibition telling the stories of some of the men and women in Fife, a region almost encircled by water, who made their living from the sea.
As the sun sets on 2022, we enjoy a review of the year in photographs by Emily Noakes and Caroline MacDonald
In this blog, Rosie Shackleton reflects on her experience delving into our collections to curate the exhibition Landscapes of War.
It is our pleasure to welcome back retired Anster fisherman-turned-painter Arthur Nuttall to our Merchant’s Room this November
Over the past few months, Anna, our Digitisation Porject Officer, has been recruiting a team of remote volunteers.
An exhibition exploring the hidden stories, memories and impacts of the Second World War on the coast of Fife and beyond.
Last month, the St Ayles Rowing Club travelled down to sunny North Berwick for the last regatta of the season.
Our Museum, Shop and Café will be closed on Monday, 19 September to allow our staff and volunteers to pay their respects.
It is our pleasure to welcome Yolandé Kenny back to our Merchant’s Room gallery this autumn with her beautiful art work which captures life in the East Neuk with wit, charm and careful observation.