The Coastal Communities Museum in North Berwick features interesting displays on 10,000 years of local history. Each year, a new exhibition is introduced with a range of interesting displays and things to do to suit all visitors.
The museum incorporates artefacts and heritage from the town, the surrounding villages and landscape relating to 10,000 years of history.
First opened in 2013, each year the museum introduces a special theme to refresh the permanent display, including a raft of family-friendly activities suitable for visitors of all ages - from pre-school to pensioners - and with a variety of interests.
The museum is easily accessible by public transport and private car for which there is ample parking. Less able visitors can park in disabled spaces and access the Museum by a modern lift. Those with a hearing impairment need not worry, as they can connect to the museum's hearing loop. The museum is in the same building as the library; there is an Adult Changing facility on the ground floor as well as an accessible toilet on the museum level (first floor).
Open Easter–November check website or phone for details.