The Scottish Crannog Centre will be closed for 2 weeks from 28th November, reopening for Yule on 12th December

Tours must be booked in advance - book your tickets now!

(Please remember to follow government guidelines on travelling)


Welcome to the Scottish Crannog Centre


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.

Make a day of it surrounded by the stunning landscape of Loch Tay. Dogs are also 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 museum with 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.


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The Scottish Crannog Centre relies on donations and support to care for its treasures and their stories and operates on behalf of
The Scottish Trust for Underwater Archaeology (Registered Charity No. SC018481)


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