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Fraserburgh Heritage Centre

Quarry Road, Fraserburgh AB43 9DT, Scotland
+44 1346 512888
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unique insite into history of fraserburgh

Very interesting centre aided by audio commentary traces the history of this this ancient fishing... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
ianbee2015
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Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Great experience

It was a great experience and children can touch somethings and they could go on somethings!! I... read more

Reviewed 18 August 2017
Lily W
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Quarry Road, Fraserburgh AB43 9DT, Scotland
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+44 1346 512888
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Very interesting centre aided by audio commentary traces the history of this this ancient fishing town. Plenty of hands on stuff for kids of all ages.

Thank ianbee2015
Reviewed 18 August 2017 via mobile

It was a great experience and children can touch somethings and they could go on somethings!! I would go there again!!! I would definitely recommend the museum!!!

Thank Lily W
Reviewed 25 July 2017

Traveled to Fraserburgh as paternal grandfather immigrated to Canada in 1910. Was very pleasantly surprised at the excellent museum (well designed and interactive for children) and the wealth of information about the city, its history and famous people from Fraserburgh - ie. Madama Butterfly, the...More

Thank BigMomma52
Reviewed 13 July 2017

We visited the heritage centre, which we found very interesting with plenty to look at. Very hands on for children.

Thank 122eleanord12
Reviewed 8 July 2017 via mobile

A good descriptive history of the town. The hand held audio device gave useful information and was easy to use. We didn't have a lot of time there, so couldn't read everything, making the short audio descriptions particularly helpful. Lots of 'hands on' and a...More

Thank sjmisme
Reviewed 1 July 2017

Very nice staff and a wide range of recent history on display. We loved the beach train with the cine footage of it in use in the 60s.

Thank quentingallagher
Reviewed 29 June 2017

This is not to be missed and excellent insight to early life and the fishing industry which was the main source of employment for many years.

Thank JimDodds
Reviewed 20 April 2017

This small museum is packed full of all sorts of information about the history of Fraserburgh and the region. Many displays include activities for children and adults alike. New information and exhibits are always being added so even if you've been there before it's worth...More

Thank Rockland1792
Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

A family trip with my children aged 8 and 6 who loved how hands on it was. In the words of my daughter "the best museum I've ever been to because we could touch everything". They especially liked dressing up as fisherfolk and sorting the...More

Thank hasutherland
Reviewed 1 November 2016

This is a well thought out museum with a very helpful layout plan and audio tour (if desired). There's something for all ages. Especially interesting was the Broadsea Display created by the local High School. And if you want more - nip across to the...More

Thank Anthony W
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