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2014

Opening Times 2014:
Monday to Saturday - 11am to 4pm.
Sunday - 12.30pm to 4pm.

Fetlar Museum will have its usual permanent displays available this season, as well as some new displays and artifacts.

Sir William Watson Cheyne
Many of the written and published works of Sir Watson, the noted surgeon and assistant to Lord Lister, are now available as a free PDF download from the Sir Watson website:
http://www.watson-cheyne.com/.

The Time Team in Fetlar
The Time Team, from the popular UK television programme, were on Fetlar from Tuesday 27th to Thursday 29th of August, 2002.

Because of the interest this has created, we have set up a few extra pages providing a record of their activity on the island. The sites they have excavated are at Gord, Houbie, where parts of a Viking house have been uncovered, and also a Viking boat burial at Aith. The pages showing the Time Team in Fetlar can be accessed from here.

As always, some of our collections are accessible online through this website. Use the Digitisation Project link from the left-hand navigation buttons.

Awarded Museum of the Year 2000 in the Educational Initiative category by HRH Princess Anne at a cermony in Edinburgh on Monday 6th November for the exhibition, Sir William Watson Cheyne and antiseptic surgery.


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