The Museum of Communication, Burntisland specialise in communications technology from the pre-electric optical telegraph used in the Napoleonic Wars to the latest state-of-the-art webcams and cameras for mobile phones, currently featured in the Guinness Book of World Records! The Museum has a major collection of artifacts covering electrostatics, telegraphy, telephony, audio, radio, television and video and IT... as well as some early experimental radar, satellite, photographic and printing equipment plus a technical library of scientific literature and related documentation.
We mount themed exhibitions throughout the summer months, which are designed to stimulate, entertain and educate the public. In order to display the many different facets of our collection, we change our exhibitions at regular intervals (please see our Exhibition and News pages). We run a very popular series of monthly lectures on a wide variety of subjects. We are also developing an education program, aimed at encouraging young people to consider careers in science and engineering. Although the exhibition is closed from October to April each year, you can still come and meet us!
You will find our volunteers at work on various projects every Wednesday and Saturday (May - September) between 11am and 4pm. Just ring the doorbell!
If you wish to visit at other times, please phone 01592 874836 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements.