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All reviews local fishing well worth a visit full size fishing industry free entry fishing history centre piece past and present old church their lives local history little gem donation box run by volunteers small space on display interesting exhibits
Museum is very small, however rather informative, with plenty of display items, old photos and fishing boat you can climb onto.
We were out in about 15 minutes, worth the visit if you are close by. Also you can ride a miniature steam engine train...More
What a little gem, and I do mean little but don't let that put you off. There is so much of interest displayed in this small space.
First of all, it is free (although apparently they rely on donations for its upkeep), so if you...More
Wandered in here out of interest while killing some time before catching a train. Some very interesting artifacts and video footage. You can actually board the vessel they have housed within the museum. Not a huge place but definitely worth a look.
What a fantastic little place to visit, and it's free. Donations box by the door, it's well worth a good donation.
It's packed full of history.
The kids really enjoyed it, and usually they groan when we say... Let's look in the museum!
A great deal to absorb within this fab free fishermans museum. The photos and associated stories help to bring to life the trauma & the heroism of those involved with the fishing industry and how the 'Big Blue' should be respected . Although small the...More