Click on one of the small images to select a gallery or to start the show.
This gallery contains large versions of the images found in the Art Competition's Inspiration Pack.
A selection of the casts, made by Frank Buckland and displayed in his Museum of Economic Fish Culture in London in the 1860s - 90s
On 26 July 2013, the Museum's Flagship REAPER, sailed to Crail for a short visit, as part of the Crail Festival, returning to Anstruther the following day.
There was fun for all at this year's Open Day: the Whale and Dolphin Roadshow, Marine Conservation Society, Deep sea World rockpool, Food from Fife, Fife Diet, arty activities, exhibitions and events on an environmental theme to mark World Oceans Day and the Year of Natural Scotland.
On Saturday, 23 March 2013, for one evening only, the Museum expanded to include 15 houses in the historic streets of James, John and George Street, Cellardyke. Objects from the Museum collection were on display and the participating houses were marked by illuminated historic photographs, as seen in this gallery.
It was fun for all the family at this year's Open Day. The sun shone for the arrival of the Fisherlass and Lad; the Boats Club, Rowing Club and Model Boat Club ensured that there was plenty to see and do; and we had lots of activities all around the museum.
Some less obvious views of the Museum and its objects as seen by a group of local photographers. Can you spot them as you tour the Museum?
See the work of the Museum Model Boat Club
Photographs of Boats Club Activities of recent years
REAPER visited the picturesque East Neuk Harbour at Crail in July 2009 for the Crail Festival.