Building the Lookout Gallery & Exhibition Hall
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Falkland Islands Museum and National Trust

If you would like to donate, but do not wish to do it through these means, please contact Andrea Barlow,

THE FALKLAND ISLANDS MUSEUM & NATIONAL TRUST stewards a large collection of artefacts yet unseen by the public. These artefacts, that range from items left in the aftermath of 1982, to the larger items in our collection such as the Sea King Search &
Rescue helicopter flown by The Duke of Cambridge while on tour in the Islands in 2012, tell stories that have a pivotal role to play in understanding our past – and our collective future.

As part of our responsibility for these cultural assets of national significance, we are building the Lookout Gallery & Exhibition Hall (LGEH).  The LGEH will finish the stories that began at the award winning Historic Dockyard Museum in 2014 and will provide an additional visitor attraction in Stanley.  

Sadly, due to Covid and other factors, we are now not able to complete the project in time for the 40th anniversary.  Instead, we will unveil a plaque on site to mark this significant anniversary.  Work is due to start in March 2022 and we predict that the LGEH will be ready for an official opening mid 2023.  

We now have sufficient funds to get us most of the way there but we need your help to cross the finish line.  

Thank you for your support. 

Falkland Islands Museum and National Trust
Historic Dockyard Museum
Ross Road
Falkland Islands
Telephone: 27428
Registration #: C6e
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