Crail Museum & Heritage Centre
62/64 Marketgate South
In view of the situation regarding the Coronavirus, the opening of the Museum and the start of the Guided Walks are postponed, but will be kept under review.
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Groups of all ages by prior appointment are very welcome. The exhibition rooms are fairly small and it is a more comfortable experience for everyone to split groups into about half a dozen persons to see each room. We supply volunteers to assist each group. Let us know your requirements.
Items in store
Not everything can be on display at once so if there is something specific you wish to see let us know and we will be happy to arrange an appointment for you to see it. Prior arrangement required.
We welcome researchers by arrangement, but we are an all-volunteer museum with no full time staff on site.
School visits can be built around themes from the social history of the Royal Burgh of Crail. They can be to the Museum or hands-on activities in the classroom through use of artefacts, photographs and documents. Object handling and mystery object sessions are always popular. Drama using objects, mime and role play. Themes could include:
History of the Burgh
HMS Jackdaw WWII Torpedo Training Station
Suitable for P1 – 7 Museum visits limited to groups of 10