Sunday 27 May 2018
10.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.
Much more exciting than you can ever imagine, the Iron Age was full of innovation and resourcefulness. The second event of the season at the Centre highlights just how exciting those times were.
Watch sparks fly and molten metal flow as our experts demonstrate metal-working.
Log boats were essential to life on the loch - for a donation, experienced paddlers can take a trip in one of our replica log boats for a sense of life 2,500 years ago.
While no evidence of fishing was found during the excavations of Oakbank Crannog, it's inconceiveable to think that the loch community did not make the most of this valuable source of food. Our demonstraters will be exploring and showcasing fishing related textiles, materials and tools.
A donation will secure you a tasty and healthy bowl of seasonal foods themed around fish, breads and salads.