The Falkland Islands Museum & National Trust (FIMNT) received a significant donation of £60,000 from Consolidated Fisheries Limited (CFL) on January 11 to assist in the construction of the Lookout Gallery & Exhibition Hall, a new building for the museum to display items which have no space in the Historic Dockyard Museum.
A telescope that once belonged to Rear-Admiral Sir Christopher Craddock has been purchased at auction by the Friends, and will soon be a treasured artifact in the Falklands' museum in Stanley.
The Staff and Trustees of the Falkland Islands Museum & National Trust announced on Tuesday that a donation of £100,000.00 has been made towards the Lookout Gallery & Exhibition Hall’s exhibitions and displays.
The Falkland Islands Museum and National Trust have opened the Voices from the Great War exhibition to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.
Two hundred and fifty years on, the story of a bold Falklands naval adventure has been purchased for the local museum in Stanley. Friends of the Falkland Islands Museum and Jane Cameron National Archives (FIMA Friends) executive committee member Alexandra ‘Zaz’ Shackleton was browsing at the regular antiquarian travel book fair at the Royal Geographical Society in London, when she came across a volume that she immediately knew belonged in the Falklands.