Welcome to our new website, designed to help you discover our history and learn about the work of the Museum & National Trust
Help us to record and care for Falklands' heritage by becoming a Friend of the Museum, purchasing items from our shop, or by making a donation.
The M&NT is a charity registered in the Falkland Islands.
Thanks to the efforts of the Falkland Islands Philatelic Study Group, the Museum now holds a full collection of local stamps, up to 1999.
Left: Sukey Cameron receives the collection from Stefan Heijtz, the Falklands' stamp enthusiast who instigated the project
Read more about this remarkable donation: The National Stamp Collection
The Museum's future is dependent upon relocation - ideally to the Government Dockyard.
Without this development we will be unable to expand and improve our exhibitions, and our access to customers is severely limited. We also need to have better storage facilities to protect our reserve collection.
To find out more or give your support click here The Dockyard
For a relatively young country, the fact that the Falkland Islands has a fascinating and diverse history often surprises our visitors.
We hope soon to add fact sheets and resources for teachers to this site, but if you need particular information and cannot find it here or in our "Collections" or "Articles", please contact us for details of research facilities.
Earlier this year, 13-year-old Dale Evans found some fascinating bones on this family's farm. These were shown to be the remains of a Warrah - Charles Darwin's "fox-like wolf" unique to the Falklands - a species extinct since the 1880s.
The Warrah's existence on the Islands is an enigma. Could this discovery provide valuable new information?
Read what we know about the Warrah and follow the story as it unfolds.
Although we are still not able to take direct online sales, check out our stock lists and prices and contact us to make payment and shipping arrangements.We hope to be able to bring you the full online shopping facility soon.
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Welcome to our new website, created to give you an insight into the work carried out by the Museum & National Trust.
We hope that these pages allow you to develop a deeper understanding of the distinctive culture and heritage of these wonderful Islands.
If the subject that you are looking for is not covered on this site, please do not hesitate to contact us for more information. All your suggestions for developing the site are welcome.
High Season (November to End of March)Monday to Friday: 9.30am - 4.00pmWeekends: 2.00pm - 4.00pmHours may be extended on days when cruise ships are visiting Stanley
Off Season (April to end of October)Monday to Friday: 9.30am-12.00 noon and 1.30pm - 4.00pmWeekends: 2.00pm - 4.00pm
To promote awareness and appreciation of the history and heritage of the Falkland Islands and to protect and preserve this history for future generations.