The Scottish Crannog Centre


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Kenmore, Loch Tay
Aberfeldy,
Perthshire
PH15 2HY
Scotland

  • Phone: 01887 830583

Join the 21st Century Crannog Community where you will be guaranteed a warm welcome and taken on a fascinating journey into Scotland's prehistory. Walk in the footsteps of the original Crannog dwellers and immerse yourself in village life with original artefacts; demonstrations of textiles, cooking and ancient crafts & technologies; paddle into prehistory in one of our replica logboats and take in the atmosphere inside the Crannog Roundhouse. Bring your picnic and make a day of it surrounded by the stunning landscape of Loch Tay. Dogs are welcome. Opened following the reconstruction of an Iron Age Crannog as an archaeological experiment, the Scottish Crannog Centre has evolved over the years to become a unique insight into life in the Iron Age. Throughout your visit, you will find a team of passionate, knowledgeable and friendly interpreters to help transport you through your Iron Age adventure.

Further information

Opening Hours:

Please check website for opening times

Charges:

Adults: £10 Seniors/Students: £9 Chilren: £7 Under 5s: free

Travel directions:

By road: follow Brown Signs from A9 along A827 towards Kenmore. By Train: nearest stations are Pitlochry or Dunkeld By Bus: buses from Perth, Pitlochry & Dunkeld change at Aberfeldy - buses from Aberfeldy on Monday, Thursday & Friday. Please go to www.crannog.co.uk for more information.

Upcoming events:

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Facilities and services

Facilities:

  • Baby changing facilities
  • Facilities for private functions and events
  • Toilets for disabled
  • Wheelchair access to some public areas
  • Bicycle park
  • Parking for coaches
  • Picnic area
  • Public car park
  • Refreshments
  • Shop
  • Toilets

Services:

  • Events and resources for children and families
  • Braille information and/or interpretation
  • Guided tours
  • Pre-booking service for groups
  • Volunteering scheme offered
  • Community outreach programme/service
  • Member of staff available with responsibility for education
  • Roleplay/costumed interpreters available
  • Object identification and/or written enquiry service
  • Public access available to collections information
  • Handling sessions
  • Foreign language leaflet or brochure available
  • Information point provided

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