Scottish Crannog Centre

Hovering above the mysterious waters of Loch Tay and in the shadow of Kenmore Hill lies the Scottish Crannog Centre, re-telling the story of how some people lived thousands of years ago, in wooden dwellings perched on stilts above Scotland's hundreds of lochs. The highlight is the reconstructed crannog itself: a dark, sometimes smoky affair in order to make the experience as authentic experience as possible, but a fascinating step back in time. Atmosphere is backed up by education back above dry land, with opportunities to use replica bronze age tools and a small museum area.

[Scottish Crannog Centre]

Name: Scottish Crannog Centre ★☆☆
Location: Minor road a mile south-west of Kenmore, G.R.: NN 770449 / energy nervy developed
Open (2017): April to October
Cost (2017): £10 (adults), £7 (children), valid for a whole year


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