The Museum Gift Shop has gifts to suit both residents and visitors alike.


We stock a wide range of locally made products - from jewellery to hand-turned wooden pens and bowls to hand-knitted items.  There is something for everyone and something to suit every budget.


Fountain pens and wine stoppers are just a couple of the special, limited edition items hand-turned by Keith Grimmer.  These are made with shipwreck wood from the Jhelum, Charles Cooper, Bertha, Vicar of Bray and St Mary.

For that special lady in your life, why not treat her to one of these beautiful Heart of the Falklands necklaces or keepsakes.   The brainwave of Islander Roxanne King-Clark, these exquisite pieces enable the wearer to carry a piece of the Falkland Islands wherever they go.   

Dunvegan Products specialise in jewellery for him and her made with polished Falkland Islands pebbles.    Find tie pins, cufflinks, earrings, necklaces and much more in our shop put together by the talented Mandy McLeod

If you want to know more about our Gift Shop or purchase any items, contact Jennifer at: operations@falklands-museum.co.fk

The Gift Shop

As well as locally made products we also stock many other items such as maritime gifts, t-shirts (some printed by Warrah Workshop here in the Islands), magnets, t-towels, mugs, books and much, much more. 

Take a taste of the Falklands away with you with Marlene Marsh's ever popular Diddle Dee jam. 

​Get to know the people behind the gifts you love...

Own one of our cold cast bronze items designed and made by Steve Massam.  Choose from an Albatross, King or Rockhopper penguin or maybe even an Elephant Seal.  Or maybe you would like to be the proud owner of a limited edition Britannia figurine? 

The picture above is of hand-dyed cloud wool - a creation of Diane Towersey.  We also stock felt purses, brooches and earrings all made by the talented Diane

The historic heart of Stanley

These beautiful vibrant hats are the work of the talented Carol Wilkinson who knits with 100% pure Falklands wool.

Our very own Dianne Freeman is the lady behind the popular Woollybitz.  Her penguins and sheep are never on our shelves for very long! 


Local author Richard Stevens has written two books documenting his experiences Before, during and after the Falklands War.

We stock beautiful cards and prints by local artist Vicky Chater and English artists Catherine Batsford and Michelle Winnard.





Cards by other locally based artists include Richard Cockwell, Louise Clarke and Helen Davies.