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Perth, Scotland, United Kingdom
April 6, 2012
From journal East Neuk of Fife
Ayr, Scotland, United Kingdom
September 18, 2011
From journal Exploring the Ancient Kingdom of Fife
Scotland, Scotland, United Kingdom
March 2, 2011
From journal Around Central Scotland
by Taylor Shelby
Charleston, South Carolina
March 17, 2005
The two main exhibits are the Zulu, a full-size fishing ship from around 1900 undergoing restoration, and the Main Boat Display, a large warehouse that holds 11 different boats.
My favorite thing about the museum is that the present the information very creatively. If they are telling you about the fish market, they don't just show some pictures and present information, they recreate the entire market. Using antiques, photographs, and models, you can actually walk through a 19th-century Scottish fish market. They also have a full-size recreation of a fisherman's cottage and a storage room.
This museum was surprisingly well done and interesting. Even if you don't give a hoot about fishing, you will still find something to interest you. Admission is 4.5 for adults, and children up to 16 are free.
From journal Scotland Sans Tourists - A Journey in Fife