All proceeds from sales of items in our shop go to Eyemouth Museum, helping us to work towards self-sustainability. Our trustees and volunteers work hard to ensure our shop offers a wide selection of quality gifts, practical items, souvenirs and locally made and crafted produce.  From tartan and traditional gifts to maps and books of local interest, and from pocket money items for children to locally made preserves and chocolate, we’re sure our shop will have something to offer all our visitors!

A number of artists display and sell their work through the Museum gift shop, from framed original works to printed cards there’s something for all tastes and budgets.  Further details can be found here

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Our great range of children’s books

We also stock a wide range of local books and publications including the famous ‘Black Friday’ by Peter Aitchison – documenting the story of the Eyemouth Disaster along with some of the well known children’s books by local author and publisher, Jennifer Doherty – ‘The Eyemouth Mermaid’, ‘The Pirate Kings of Eyemouth’ and ‘The Sea Dancer at St Abbs’.

If you are a local producer and are interested in selling your items in our shop, please get in touch – we’d love to hear from you!

Our current ranges & suppliers

Kiki’s Chocolates

Kiki’s Chocolates is based in beautiful Coldingham, in the Scottish Borders. She produces authentic artisan chocolates in the traditional Belgian style. Kiki designs and creates all the chocolates herself, capturing the tastes of Belgium. All the chocolates are made in small batches and packaged by hand using 100% Belgian chocolate for all her products. The chocolates are hand-dipped and all the fillings and toppings are made using the finest ingredients including fresh cream, real vanilla and roasted nuts.

Kiki grew up in Belgium, the home of good chocolate, but is now based in Coldingham in the Scottish Borders.

The Ginger Duck

Handmade soaps and candles from Northumberland. Soap making started as a hobby for Alex, with family, friends and neighbours being given soap as gifts, the sales soon followed. Our soap is carefully made, wrapped and finished all by hand. The ideas and recipes were developed by Alex over 12 months to ensure they were just right.

The soap is as natural as we can get it and does not have any hidden nasties. We use olive oil for added moisture and the finest essential oils are blended to benefit the skin and to create soothing scents. Botanicals are added at the end of the soap making process to complement each bar or for a good scrub!

Curly Coo Tablet

As fresh as Daisy herself, Curly Coo Tablet is homemade in Kelso, using organic butter for that melt in the mouth deliciousness. Also known as ‘crumbly fudge’ tablet is the ultimate in moreish Scottish confectionery. No preservatives are added so taste is not compromised.

Border Biscuits

Extremely popular and very moreish Border Biscuits continue to supply us with a fine range of tasty biscuity treats. From gift boxes to individual packs and flavours such as dark chocolate gingers and oat crumbles to Viennese whirls and classic shortbread. This family business based in Lanark was established in 1984.
Perfect as a gift for some-one or as a treat to yourself!

Bright Seed Textiles

Bright Seed Textiles are Northumberland based husband and wife team Keith & Jane Jackson. Jane is a textile artist who has developed her own distinctive style of creating needle felted Harris Tweed “paintings.” Harris Tweed is a unique heritage fabric that is still handwoven by crofters in the Scottish Outer Hebrides.

We currently stock a range of Bright Seed Textile gift cards and framed prints depicting local scenes for sale.

Chain Bridge Honey

The Chain Bridge Honey Farm is a flourishing family business, started by beekeeping advisor William Selby Robson in 1948. In 1962, his son, also William but known as Willie, took up beekeeping with the aim of expanding his father’s enterprise, not only by increasing the number of hives, but also the diversity of products including candles, skin care, soap, mustard and off course HONEY!

You can visit the honey farm and discover first-hand the extraordinary tale of bees and honey. The visitor centre is open daily throughout the year.

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