The Scottish Crannog Centre – Adult Learning

Educational visits and outreach for adult learners, including those in further learning.

Crannogs are a type of ancient loch-dwelling found throughout Scotland. Archaeologists have found the remains of several hundred crannogs. Families built, lived in, and reused crannogs from about 5,000 years ago up until the 1600s.

The Scottish Crannog Centre is a reconstructred Iron Age Crannog and living museum in Loch Tay. Expert Iron Age Interpreters aim to inform, educate and inspire students about Crannogs and life on the loch 2,500 years ago.

Current information for visitors is available on the Opening Times and Admissions page.

All visits include museum exhibition, a talk by an expert guide in the Crannog roundhouse, and hands-on demonstrations of ancient crafts and technologies.

A range of organisations come for educational visits, anything from historical societies to universities. The reconstructed Crannog has elements of learning for those studying:

  • architecture
  • art
  • photography
  • engineering
  • archaeology

History is brought to life at the Scottish Crannog Centre, making all educational visits unique. For further information on how a visit to the Scottish Crannog Centre can assist your studies, please contact us or email your enquiry to booking@crannog.co.uk.

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The Scottish Crannog Centre | Loch Tay | Kenmore | Nr Aberfeldy Perthshire | PH15 2HY | t: 01887 830 583 | e: info@crannog.co.uk | w: www.crannog.co.uk

The Heritage Resources Portal is an Archaeology Scotland initiative.

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The Portal is funded by Historic Environment Scotland, towards realising Scotland’s Archaeology Strategy.

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