Fetlar Interpretive Centre

Fetlar Interpretive Centre
Beach of Houbie
Fetlar
Shetland Islands
ZE2 9DJ
Scotland

Website

www.fetlar.com

E-mail

info@fetlar.com

Telephone

01957 733206

Fax

01957 733219

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We are a small, dynamic, community-run museums on the remote island of Fetlar in Shetland. In the museum, you can walk through the many exhibitions on history, archaeology, folklore and wildlife. Especially good for a rainy day is the extensive archive of photographs going back to the 1860s, and documents and diaries from the late 1800s to the present day.

We are particularly proud of our interactive computer presentations, created in Fetlar, on Fetlar's history, archaeology, folklore and wildlife. We can even show you a variety of moving films (on video) from the 1930s onwards, and for those with ancestors in the island, why not come and browse our genealogical database.

Venue Type:

Archive, Museum

Opening hours

May-September
Tues-Sun 1200-1700
Closed Mon
Winter open by appt

Collection details

Archaeology, Archives, Medicine, Music, Personalities, Social History, Maritime

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