Scottish Crannog Centre
Discover what life was like 2,500 years ago at the Scottish Crannog Centre, a unique reconstruction of an ancient loch dwelling in the heart of beautiful Perthshire. Fun, exciting, inspirational and informative, this award-winning centre has something for everyone, from the youngest explorer to the serious knowledge seeker!
The distinctive roundhouse sitting over stunning Loch Tay is one of the most recognisable sights in Perthshire and draws on remarkable discoveries made by divers from the Scottish Trust for Underwater Archaeology during their underwater excavations of Oakbank Crannog at nearby Fearnan.
For the 2018 season, the Centre will open on 30th March and remain open 7 days a week from 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. until 31st October.
Guided tours will take place daily at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Visitors at all other times will be able to wander through the site at their leisure.
Special events take place regularly throughout the season. Further details can be found on our website at www.crannog.co.uk/events.
The Scottish Crannog Centre is owned and operated by The Scottish Trust for Underwater Archaeology (registered charity number SC018418).
From the A9, please follow A827 through Aberfeldy then head for Kenmore.
From West coast, head for Killin then follow signs for Kenmore.
The Scottish Crannog Centre is signposted by VisitScotland’s ‘Brown’ signs.