Eyemouth Museum Trust & Friends of Eyemouth Fort ‘Day at the Museum – see behind the scenes!’ Sunday 4th, 11th, 18th & 25th September 12pm-4pm Entry by Donation As part of the Borders Heritage Festival; visit us on any Sunday in September to get an exclusive guided look behind the
Eyemouth Museum Trust & Friends of Eyemouth Fort ‘Local Heritage Quiz’ Tuesday 20th September Join us in Oblò Bar & Bistro in Eyemouth from 7pm for a night of brain teasing history and fun! Put your team of 5 together, start researching local history and come along at 7pm for
We’re holding our annual fundraising COFFEE MORNING on Saturday 16th July (Herring Queen Day) Venue: Masons Hall, Kirk Square, Eyemouth Time: 9:30 – 11:30 Tea, Coffee, scones… Cake & Candy / Raffle All proceeds go towards Eyemouth Museum We look forward to seeing you there!
Get up and Tie your Fingers Eyemouth is a stunning new community led production, based on the original Ann Coburn play, which tells the story of how the people of Eyemouth recovered following the 1881 Fishing Disaster. Over 50 members of the community of all ages, from across Eyemouth and
The BBC Coast team are coming to Eyemouth and they’re looking for any descendants of people caught up in the Eyemouth Disaster of 1881, known locally as ‘Black Friday’. They are looking to gather a small group together at Eyemouth Harbour between about 10.30 and 12.30 on Saturday 11th June.
Looking for something for the garden or perhaps a gift for a green fingered friend? We will be attending the popular Kirk Square Kitchen on Saturday 4th June (11am-4pm) with a plant sale. All sales and the funds raised will go towards the Museum. Kirk Square Kitchen is held right
Our Cutty Sark exhibition is well and truly underway with our new banner taking pride of place outside the museum. We also have posters on display at a variety of locations around the town and further afield across East Berwickshire Coldingham, St Abbs and Berwick. Alongside our adverts on Perrysmans
EYEMOUTH MUSEUMS’ JOINT EXHIBITION We are busy preparing for our first joint exhibition with Eyemouth Maritime Museum, which will tell the story of a successful Eyemouth family, the Whillises, who, during the nineteenth century, rose from very humble beginnings to found one of London’s top shipowning businesses. The exhibition