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The Scottish Fisheries Museum

The Scottish Fisheries Museum

St Ayles
Anstruther Scotland UK
Tel: (044)01333 310628
Fax: (044)01333 310628
web : The Scottish Fisheries Museum

There is full wheelchair access throughout the Museum.
Accessible to Shop/Cafe
Accessible Toilets

The Scottish Fisheries Museum is situated in Anstruther, in the old Kingdom of Fife, overlooking the ancient fishing harbour. It is at the heart of the East Neuk fishing villages of St Monans, Pittenweem, Cellardyke and Crail, the centre of local crab and lobster fishing.

Outside MuseumTea Room

The Museum researches and tells the story of the Scottish fishing industry and its people from the earliest times to the present. The comprehensive Collection includes ships, models, paintings, photographs, equipment and the written word.

Landing the CatchMrs Mary-Jean Barclay, a Herring GutterThe Silver Darlings

The Museum, occupying 27,600 sq ft, is housed in a group of attractive buildings of historic and architectural interest, around three sides of a cobbled courtyard. They include an 18th century merchant?s dwelling, a mid-19th century store-house on the foundations of the mediaeval chapel of St Ayles and also the 16th century Abbot?s Lodging.

Fishermans CottageFishmongers Shop

Admission Times:
Mon-Sat 10am - 4.30pm
Sunday 11am - 4pm

How to Find Us
The Museum is situated in a group of historic buildings overlooking Anstruther harbour at St. Ayles

By Road:
From Junction 3 on the M90 follow the A92 to Kirkcaldy. Take the A915 through Leven, as far as Upper Largo, then the A917 through the East Neuk fishing towns of St. Monans and Pittenweem to Anstruther.

By Rail:
The east coast railway line runs through Fife from the Forth Bridge to the Tay Bridge. The nearest stations are Cupar and Leuchars (serving St. Andrews).

Harbour with Museum in background

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