The Fur Museum is a nationally recognized local natural history museum in Denmark. The museum is named after the Danish island Fur on which it is located. When the museum was founded in 1954, the focus was on the local history of the island. In 1957, the leader of Fur Museum found the fossil of a big leatherback turtle, and the focus of the museum shifted towards geology and natural history.
Today Fur Museum combines exhibitions on the natural history, geology and environment of the island, with an exploration of its cultural and social history. The Museum is located in the village of Nederby, not far from the ferry port, in the south of the island named Fur, Denmark. The museum is administered as a part of Museum Salling.