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Eyemouth Museum

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Description:
Museum, which has a major tapestry detailing the fishing disaster of 1881. Exhibitions for farming, milling, wheelwrighting and blacksmithing.

Ownership:
Charitable Trust. Self-financing

Situation – OS ref: NT 944642

How to get there:
By car:
Within the town of Eyemouth in the Auld Kirk, Manse Road.
By public transport:
Town is well served by Public Transport from Berwick upon Tweed, Duns and other Border towns.

Opening Hours:
From 23rd March to 30th October:
Monday to Saturday 10.00am to 4.00pm
Sunday 12.00pm to 4.00pm[b]Facilities:

Admission:
Adult £3.50, Concessions £3, Accompanied children Free
Party rates on application.
Eyemouth Residents Free

Gift Shop
We have our own Gift Shop stocked with a large selection of good quality Scottish & Seaside Gifts along with Children's Toys and Local Arts, Crafts & Produce.

Exhibition
Local history exhibitions are held each year upstairs in our first floor gallery and exhibition space. Please contact us to find out about our current exhibition, which changes throughout each season.

Contact:
Tel: 018907 51701
Email: [email protected]

Attached attractions:
Fisherman’s Cottage Kitchen exhibition.

Other Attractions in the Area:
Eyemouth Maritime Centre
Gunsgreen House

Fish market and Quay.

Additional info:
VisitScotland 3-star Museum.

Web link:
Eyemouth Museum

Places to stay nearby:
Eyemouth

Local towns and villages:
Eyemouth
St Abbs
Berwick upon Tweed


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The Eyemouth Tapestry, Scottish Borders
The Eyemouth Tapestry

Eyemouth Museum, Scotland