Go Industrial App

go industrial App

Check in at our museums, play games, earn rewards and learn about our industrial past along the way. Suitable for enquiring minds of all ages. Learn more.

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Learning through play is a key feature of our museums. We invite you to explore our play and learn activites online - and hopefully in person!

To keep you entertained in between your visits we have launched the Go Industrial app - learn more!

Scottish Fisheries Museum

Art Cart

Make origami boats, read exciting stories and complete other fun activities at the museum's Art Cart. 

Scottish Fisheries Museum

Block and Tackle

Use a fishing boat's pulley system to lift heavy sandbags with ease. 

Scottish Fisheries Museum

Dress like a fisherman

Dress in the waterproof clothes of a modern fisherman. Will you be able to stay dry? 

Scottish Fisheries Museum

Dressing up!

Use the museum's supply of costumes to dress up as a fisherlad or fisherlass. 

Scottish Fisheries Museum

Fishermen's Bunk Beds

Discover what it was like to sleep on a nineteenth century fishing boat. 

Scottish Fisheries Museum

Get knotting!

Find out how to tie useful knots such as a Sheet Bend or a Bowline.  

Scottish Fisheries Museum

Museum Worksheets

These will challenge you to hunt for hidden objects and answer fiendish questions as you make your way through the museum. 

Scottish Fisheries Museum

Steam power and life on board

Answer challenging questions and handle replica artefacts in order to discover what life was like on a steam drifter. 

Scottish Fisheries Museum

Try your hand at net-making

Learn how to make a fishing net. Can you make one strong enough to catch a fish? 

Scottish Fisheries Museum

What a Midden!

Explore the museum's midden in order to discover what people ate thousands of years ago. 

Scottish Fisheries Museum

Wheelhouse equipment

Stand in the wheelhouse of an old fishing boat. Can you work out what all the equipment was used for? 

Scottish Fisheries Museum

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.