Join the 21st Century Crannog Community where you will be guaranteed a warm welcome and taken on a fascinating journey into Scotland's prehistory.
We would like to express our thanks and gratitude for the kind messages and outpouring of love and support we are receiving at this time. It is with a very heavy heart that the Scottish Crannog Centre Trust has to report the devastating news that the iconic reconstruction of an Iron Age Crannog was destroyed by fire and is no longer accessible for public tours. The Museum and Iron Age village is still open to visit, and we look forward to welcoming you to join the Crannog Community as we move towards rebuilding.
We are open!
Walk in the footsteps of the original Crannog dwellers and immerse yourself in village life with original artefacts; demonstrations of technologies, textiles, cooking and hands on ancient crafts, and take in the atmosphere from a log-boat by the loch.
Dogs are welcome.
Opened following the reconstruction of an Iron Age Crannog as an archaeological experiment, the Scottish Crannog Centre has evolved over the years to become a unique insight into life in the Iron Age. Throughout your visit, you will find a team of passionate, knowledgeable and friendly interpreters to help transport you through your Iron Age adventure.
In line with government guidelines, we have introduced the following safety measures:
To book your visit, please visit our website!
News and special events are posted regularly on the centre's website, Twitter and Facebook.
Facilities include toilets, giftshop and coffee cabin. There is free parking opposite and racking for bicycles.
Located in the shallows of Loch Tay, the centre is a stroll from Kenmore village, a few miles from Aberfeldy or Killin and within two hours of Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness.