We are delighted to be working with the University of Strathclyde to find out how our visitors feel about the Scottish Fisheries Museum.
Kipper is continuing to learn about the history of women in the fishing industry for Women’s History Month. Today he ventures into the present day to learn about female fishermen!
As part of Women’s History Month, join Kipper as we celebrate the wonderful and inspiring history of the herring lasses.
This week Kipper finds a pair of spooky sea boots, where has he ventured to this time?
This time Kipper has ventured outside in the cold and below the deck of the Reaper.
The role the sea plays in emotional, mental and physical well-being.
Kipper has discovered what seems to be a unicorn horn? Learn more in the first of “Kipper’s Collections”
As the year draws to a close and we prepare to say goodbye to 2020, we also bid farewell to our Trainee, Hannah Fraser
An online exhibition of knitted herring inspired by the unique knitting heritage of coastal fishing communities of Scotland.
The Scottish Fisheries Museum in Anstruther has secured vital funds of over £100,000 through the Museum Galleries Scotland Recovery and Resilience Fund