Join us for some relaxing fun at the museum this half term including...
ART DETECTIVE WORKSHOP Monday 9th October 1.30pm - 3.30pm
Explore our art collection with a conservator’s hat on and then make decisions to create your own artwork to take home. Booking required.
EAST NEUK FAMILY LEARNING ROADSHOW Wednesday 11th October 2pm - 4pm at Cambo
Join us and other groups for some family fun at the next roadshow. We will be making pumpkin pom poms and silver darling herring decorations!
OBJECT EXPLORER DROP-IN Friday 13th October 1.30pm - 3.30pm
Join our Assistant Curator to explore our collection up close! Get hands-on with museum objects and have a go at some of the activities our curators do to care for our objects.
HANDS-ON HERITAGE DROP IN Thursday 19th October 2.00pm - 3.30pm
Drop-in for this sensory activity. Get hands-on with our collection and discover the dangers that threaten the survival of objects.
Free activities but donations towards materials are always welcome.
Pumpkin Trail Saturday 10th - Monday 30th October
Follow the pumpkins to find stories of spirts and more in the creepy corners of the museum - aimed at adults and older children with fun Halloween characters for younger kids to find running alongside.
Make your own Kipper the Cat or his friend Sooty the Steam Drifter Cat -
Sunday 29th October 2pm - 3.30pm and Monday 30th October 3pm - 4.30pm
Spooky Storytime with Kipper - Sunday 29th October Time 2pm - 2.30pm
Free with standard adult admission to museum - kids go free.
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This exhibition examines the roles of the fishwife in the Scottish fishing industry, exploring how these women and their labour was regarded, represented, censured and celebrated!READ MORE