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Visit the Reaper

Visit the Reaper

08 July 2017 11:07 - 08 July 2017

The Reaper, the Scottish Fisheries Museum’s historic Fifie fishing boat (as featured in “Outlander”, series 2), will be open to visitors at Anstruther Harbour.

Climb aboard and see what life was like above and below decks for fishermen over 100 years ago. See the onboard exhibition in the fish-hold and explore the cabin, galley and engine room, before taking a turn at the wheel.

Reaper open 11 am – 3 pm
Entry by donation
Access in poor weather at the discretion of the crew – the deck and stairways can be slippery

Exhibitions
Lest we Forget: Remembrances of World War I

An exhibition highlighting the stories of some of those commemorated on our local war memorials, how their lives were touched by war and how our communities remember them.

Merchant's Room : Jenny Moran

Extravagant dreams, life in a different hue

Merchant's Room : The Reaper Restoration

Exhibition of the extensive restoration work our historic flagship Reaper

Merchant's Room : Yolande Kenny, East Neuk Life

The latest exhibition in the Merchant’s Room is an evocation of the East Neuk by Yolande Kenny. With pen and watercolour, Yolande With pen and watercolour, Yolande celebrates both the museum’s 50th anniversary and everyday life in the East Neuk.

Merchant's Room : Kit Martin “Lightwave”

Exhibition of cyanotype photographic prints from nature.

Merchant's Room : East Neuk Art Club

The East Neuk Art Club’s first exhibition here in our Merchant’s Room Community Gallery

Christmas Exhibition

Christmas Exhibition

10 December 2018

a selection of Christmas-themed objects from the Scottish Fisheries Museum’s collection

Lada Wilson - SOUTH

Lada Wilson - SOUTH

02 February 2019

LADA WILSON | SOUTH – an exhibition documenting an artistic investigation of the term ‘SOUTH’ and the many notions it conveys.

It Ends Up On Our Beach

It Ends Up On Our Beach

12 January 2019

Anstruther Improvements Association Presents “It Ends up on Our Beach”, an exhibition of photography highlighting the worrying scale of plastic pollution on our local beaches

A Tale of Tea Cities : Tea shipping and consumption around the 19th century

Centring around the Tea Race of 1866, this exhibition will explore the 19th century Tea Trade and its impact on everyday life, both at sea and on shore.

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The Scottish Fisheries Museum Trust Ltd
St Ayles, Harbourhead, Anstruther, Fife KY10 3AB
E-mail: enquiries@scotfishmuseum.org
Tel (within UK): 01333 310628
Tel (from outside UK): +44 1333 310628
Charity Number: SC 006185 VAT Reg Number: 270 2790 64
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