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Visitor Comments

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Highland Heather Lodges, visited March 2016

We love visiting the Scottish Crannog Centre and are always encouraging our visitors to head along! Whether it's getting back in touch with nature or just learning an ancient skill, the Crannog Centre is fantastic.

Valerie Sutherland, visited May 7 2016

My husband and I truly enjoyed our visit to The Crannog last weekend. We were on a short trip away for our Anniversary and my Birthday,and decided to make the trip from Pitlochry where we were staying. It was a highlight for us ,and quite a surprise for my husband a sawmiller, to engage with what was going on. Many thanks to you all for a very interesting tour.

Andrew, visited 26 April 2016

Despite it been a cold and rather damp day in april I really enjoyed the visit been able to be hands on and really experience tools and technology from the bronze age helps to bring it alive and makes it fun.

Paul, visited March 2016

We visited on Easter Monday (2016) and really enjoyed seeing inside the Crannog. It was a great experience for us as a family. Our 5 year old son was able to ask the tour guide a question after he'd finished his talk, so it was clearly very engaging

Margaret, Ian and Ossian, visited Easter Sunday, 27 March 2016

We visited on Easter Sunday. What a fantastic day out, so much to do see and do. The guides were lovely, so friendly and knowledgeable. It felt like we had walked back in time to join a happy family going about their daily business - survival! Even our 13 month old son was entranced by it all and spent the whole visit dressed in a tunic which he didn't want to take off. I think the highlight for him was eating the bread we made on site and it was delicious! We will certainly go back again.

Jenny, visited August 2015

This is a great site for families or anyone interested in archaeology and history. Our guide was interesting and knew her history. She was very good with including the children that were in the group. I recommend a visit to the Crannog Centre if you are ever near the area...
it was well worth the stop.

Oisin, visited June 2015

An utterly fantastic experience and one of the highlights of our entire trip around Scotland. Our guide was very knowledgeable and keen about sharing knowledge and he really made the entire experience much more relatable.

Jennifer , visited May 2015

Great place for kids and adults to hear interesting stories about the past..Wet and windy weather, but sheltered inside the crannog with cosy log burning fire. As it was Celtic food day we were treated to many tasty foods, my favourite being the trout and homemade cheese Thanks to all the staff for welcoming us.

Sarah, visited May 2015

Really interesting. Kids & adults loved it. Great to get hands-on activities. Will be back.

Gerard, visited September 2015

How to live in the Iron Age. Priceless!