Planning to visit Eyemouth Museum?
Eyemouth Museum is based in the centre of the town and documents the fishing and social heritage of Eyemouth, brought to life in its exhibits and through stories from local people. As a museum, visitor information centre, exhibition gallery and gift shop, we’re sure you’ll find more than one reason to visit.
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An essential read for all visitors of Eyemouth Museum
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Working in front of a wall of boxes
Working in front of a wall of boxes —— This image will be supplied printed on 200gsm silk, light card and is presented in a cardboard backed, cellophane fronted bag ready for framing.
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An Art Lesson - in front of Gunsgreen House
An Art Lesson - in front of Gunsgreen House —— This image will be supplied printed on 200gsm silk, light card and is presented in a cardboard backed, cellophane fronted bag ready for framing.
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As our season draws to a close and we approach our closing date at the end of October, our Trustees have decided to commemorate Disaster
What our visitors saying about their experience
Very interesting and well worth a visit plus you can pick up other leaflets to more days out.There is some souvenirs you can pick up.If you read all the content it will take you a couple of hours.There is a few things for children to get invoked in too.Jeanette C
A ‘must do’ if you’re visiting Eyemouth, even if just to see the amazing tapestry commemorating the great disaster of 1881 when so many fishermen were lost at sea within sight of the shore. Also if you’re looking for gifts to take back home, I can recommend the ‘Tablet’ (fudge).Trish E
We visited the museum as some of my husbands family were killed in the Eyemouth Fishing Disaster in 1881 and we wanted to find out more information. This museum is amazing!!! We were given a personal tour by a lovely gentleman whose name we didnt get but who was so informative and gave us such a fabulous tour.Nikki H
My son and I nipped into this little museum on a warm day. It was full of amazing tapestries and nets and other things but best of all was the interactive educational room.Biraaz