The Scottish Crannog Centre welcomes School and University Groups for educational visits.
Our expert Iron Age Interpreters aim to inform, educate and inspire students about Crannogs and life on the loch 2,500 years ago.
An educational visit to the Scottish Crannog Centre is a unique experience enhanced by the sights and smells of ancient Loch Tay. Students of all ages leave with a greater understanding of how ancient people lived in Scotland.
Hands-on activities mean that students also get a taste of daily life within the Crannog Community.
To book your school or university visit, please contact us to check your preferred date is available.
Our Booking Forms are available for download in the relevant sections. Please complete and return to us at email@example.com as soon as possible after checking availability.
We have plenty of space on site for picnics and welcome schools and universities to bring packed lunches with them. Please note, our picnic benches are not all undercover and therefore a backup plan in the event of poor weather is advisable.
If any of your group has disabilities or allergies, please let us know in order that advice can be given.
Parking for coaches can be found opposite the Centre in Taymouth Marina's car park. Coaches should use the 2nd entrance on the left to the carpark where there is a designated area for coaches. Care should be taken when walking to the Centre which involves crossing a main road. A downloadable map detailing the entrance for coaches can be found below.
The behaviour of students at the Museum is the responsibility of teachers and adult supervisors. Please ensure your group meets the minimum adult to pupil ratio of 1 to 10.