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Welcome to the website of the Stromness Museum

Weekly ticket - pay once, visit the Museum as often as you like for 7 days

Open daily 10am - 5.00pm
 

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Originally founded as the Orkney Natural History Society, the Stromness Museum has come a long way since its inception.

Find out about us here.
Our exhibitions change summer and winter, our current exhibition celebrates the life of our first President, Rev Dr Charles Clouston
Check out our 'Listening to the Piers' blog, and explore the archive and contemporary photographs.
Find out about this rather unique and exciting find here.
Catch up on all our recent news from here.

Enter our photography competition!





Find out more about what the Museum has been involved in, and download information before your visit. There are podcasts, leaflets and more.
We are run by a committee of volunteers, but we have lots of costs. You could help us enormously by becoming a FRIEND.
There are lots of ways to contact us, through this website, telephone, in writing or on Facebook. Find out more by clicking here.

Phone: 01856 850025
Opening Times
Opening Times
1 April - 31 October

Open daily 10.00am - 5.00pm


Cost
Cost
Adult: £5.00 (concessions £4.00)
Family: £10.00 (2 adults + 2 or more children)
School pupil: £1.00
Under school age: Free

Group discounts for 12 or more persons
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Stromness Museum is an independent museum maintained and managed by a committee of volunteers elected from the members of the Orkney Natural History Society Museum.

Running costs are met from entrance fees, friends memberships, donations and grants.

 

Scottish Charity No SC021455

Opening hours:
1 April - 31 October: 10am - 5pm, Daily

1 November - 31 March: 11am - 3.30 pm (closed on Sundays)

The 2014 Viability Study, supported by Orkney LEADER,  is available via this link.

 

The Collections Development Team is funded by Orkney LEADER 2014-2020 and the John Ellerman Foundation.

 

We are grateful to the many supporters and funders of the Orkney Natural History Society Museum, which include the following:

 

 

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