Since it was established in 1967, the Museum Trust has collected artefacts connected to the history of fishing from all around the coast of Scotland, as well as from the Western and Northern Isles. The entire collection cared for by the Scottish Fisheries Museum is a Recognised Collection of National Significance, awarded by Museums Galleries Scotland on behalf of the Scottish Government.
Scottish Fisheries Museum
Admissions and Opening Times
The Museum is open!
Summer (April 1st-October 31st)
Monday and Wednesday to Saturday 10.00am to 4.30pm
Sunday 11.00am to 4.30pm
Winter (November 1st-March 31st)
Wednesday to Sunday 10.00am to 4.00pm
Last entry to the Museum and to the WAVES Café is 1 hour before closing.
Adult - £9.00
Concession (Seniors, Disabled & Student) - £7.00
Child - Free (max 5 children up to 16yrs, accompanied by an adult)
Members - Free
Directly opposite the Museum entrance is a public pay and display car park offering both coach (4 bays) and car parking spaces, including 2 disabled bays. A further pay and display car park is situated in Shore Street, 150 yards west of the Museum, with car and motorcycle bays and a further 2 disabled bays. Both car parks are pay and display from April to September and are Free during the Winter months. There is no charge for blue badge holders.