We are looking to appoint a new Director to lead the museum with imagination and energy at a time of change, challenge and opportunity.
Blog post by student volunteer Tabitha Saunders describing her work on the Museum’s artwork collection.
Photography, film and audio by Liam Dickson of Scotland ReDistilled.
Big Skies, Crashing Waves and Picturesque Harbour Villages in the East Neuk
Her Royal Highness visited the Museum to mark completion of the £1million, five-year conservation of Reaper, the last of the great First-Class Scottish Herring Luggers, and tour the newly developed Whaling and Zulu galleries.
We’re delighted to welcome, for the first time, artist Iain Green to our Merchant’s Room gallery for an exhibition this July,
An exhibition revealing some beautiful art works from the museum’s collection capturing the mood and tones of the coastline and seas surrounding Scotland.
Climb aboard the Reaper, open Wednesday to Sunday throughout the summer in Anstruther Harbour.
New project launched to capture memories of Scottish whaling communities.
It’s Volunteer Week and we want to give a shout out to our fabulous volunteers! Thank you to all volunteers who help with all aspects of the museum’s work.