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All reviews local history fishing industry great insight well worth a visit guided tour on display fisherman volunteers staffed exhibits information retired remembrance stories lighthouse wheelhouse photos
We were in the area hoping to get on a boat trip. However the weather was against us. We thought it best to not waste our time in Loosiemouth and decided to visit the museum. Very reasonably priced. The place was full of artefacts and...More
We always look for local museums when we are on our travels as they give a great insight into local history and what makes a place the way it is. This place is a gem, contained in a former fish house is a collection of...More
Strolling from beach to harbour, round it off with a great visit to the very informative and fantastic artwork at the LFCM. Friendly staff, who went that bit further and gave plenty information, and other snippets of info in how to get to and what...More
Visited with my 11 year old son, as we had just done the lighthouse tour (also excellent and recommended) and wanted to see the original lense from the lighthouse, which has been relocated there. We found it, and so much more!! Like the lighthouse, the...More
For a relatively small museum it is packed with local history and interesting stories of the past fishing industry in Lossie. The two ladies on duty when we arrived were so knowledgeable and keen to tell us the local stories. It was a fun hour...More
Bags of history packed into a little space with fantastic and really knowledgeable staff! We learned so much about this part of Scotland and the influence of fishing on its local communites.
Leanne &Tim Buckley
This is a fascinating museum with some very interesting exhibits. Not your usual modern museum with interactive displays, but full of genuine artefacts and photographs. The volunteers who run it are ex-fishermen and really happy to chat and share their stories. We spent an hour...More