In our Museum, you will find displayed some of the early Iron Age artefacts discovered at 'Oakbank Crannog' on Loch Tay.
There is also a range of graphic panels, videos and replica objects to help paint a detailed picture of the Iron Age crannog dwellers. One of our star displays is a set of foundation timbers from Oakbank crannog which have been radiocarbon dated to between 600BCE and 400BCE.
Our displays provide a glimpse into the material culture of every day domestic life, the Iron Age farming world and personal adornment. They also show evidence of trading beyond the immediate Loch Tay environment.
You can also find out about other crannogs in Scotland and how complex the job of an underwater archaeologist really is.
As an accredited museum with Museums and Galleries Scotland, the centre is committed to preserving, studying and displaying its collections and making them accessible to all.
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