Climb aboard for a great day out

Scottish Maritime Museum

This award-winning Museum is a great day out. With two amazing sites in the west of Scotland where you can learn about Scotland’s importance to maritime history, including about the people that built and sailed Scottish ships around the world. Step back into the world of a Victorian ship designer with a visit to the Denny Ship Model Experiment Tank in Dumbarton and explore the vast, former Linthouse shipyard building in Irvine.

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Opening Times

Monday - Sunday, 10am-5pm

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Email

visitorservices@scotmaritime.org.uk

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Ticket info

Adult - £7.50
Concession - £5.50
Children - Free (maximum three per adult)

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Opening Times

Monday - Saturday, 10am-4pm
Christmas to New Year CLOSED

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denny@scotmaritime.org.uk

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Ticket info

Adults - £3.50
Concession - £2.50
Children - Free

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The Collection

The Scottish Maritime Museum holds an important; nationally recognised and varied collection of historic ships, artefacts, shipbuilding machinery, machine tools, small vessels, canoes, lifeboats and other fascinating personal items. The Scottish Maritime Museum also has an ambitious three year programme to create an art collection of national significance.

This growing art collection, which includes works by George Wyllie, Francis Cadell, Benno Schotz and Tom McKendrick, brings an exciting new dimension to the Museum’s nationally recognised collection of maritime heritage.