Böd of Gremista
The Böd was built in 1780 by Arthur Nicholson, local landowner and manager of the Gremista fishing station. The building provided family accommodation and a store for the fishing and fish curing activities that took place on the adjacent beach.
The building was restored with grants provided by P&O and the UK Government in 1970, the first phase being completed in 1976. It opened as a museum in 1987, was acquired by the Shetland Museums Service in 1991 and is now run as a community museum by the Shetland Amenity Trust. The exhibition includes period furnishings and other artefacts together with displays on fishing and the life of Anderson.