The Scottish Crannog Centre – School Visits

reconstructed 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.

Book via the school visits page. Current information for visitors is available on the Admissions and Opening Times page. 

Learners walk in the footsteps of the original Crannog dwellers and are immersed in village life with original artefacts; demonstrations of textiles, cooking and ancient crafts & technologies; paddle into prehistory in one of our replica logboats (weather permitting) and take in the atmosphere inside the Crannog Roundhouse.

An educational visit to the Scottish Crannog Centre is a unique experience enhanced by the sights and smells inside the atmospheric Crannog roundhouse. 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 ancient Crannog community.

Activity sheets, including a new worksheet booklet, are available for download prior to a visit.

Can’t make it to the Crannog? The Centre also has a Schools Outreach programme. Book an expert costumed guide to come to your school on the School Outreach page.

The Scottish Crannog Centre | Loch Tay | Kenmore | Nr Aberfeldy Perthshire | PH15 2HY | t: 01887 830 583 | e: | w:

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Funded by Historic Environment Scotland towards realising Scotland’s Archaeology Strategy.

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