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The Scottish Crannog Centre

The Scottish Crannog Centre is a 5-star reconstruction of an early Iron Age loch-dwelling built by the Scottish Trust for Underwater Archaeology. Our museum features 2,500-year-old underwater discoveries; our Iron Age Interpreters will guide you through life on the loch 500 BCE; hands-on ancient crafts and technologies. Hire a dugout canoe and paddle into prehistory (weather and experience permitting). Special events run regularly featuring artists, musicians, skilled craft workers and other specialists who, together with our own team of Iron Age interpreters, actively bring the past to life for adults and children alike. Gift shop offering an excellent selection of books, crafts and light refreshments from our snack bar. Dogs are welcome on site. Last entry for tours at 3.00pm on weekdays and 4.00pm on weekends
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