The Scottish Crannog Centre

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The kids getting a bit bored with their Play Stations, Nintendo DSs and X-Boxes? What better way to make them realise how easy life is these days than with a trip down to the Scottish Crannog Centre, Aberfeldy, where Iron Age life by the loch is recreated. That means children get crash courses in ancient bushcraft skills such as wool-spinning, wood-turning and fire making and can try on Iron Age Cloaks similar to those worn by their peers 2,500 years ago. Listen to a costumed guide explain the history inside the recreated crannog (Iron Age lake-dwelling), see the exhibition of some of the 2,500-year-old artefacts discovered underwater. Open daily for tours plus many themed events throughout the season.

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Open Times: Daily, -1 April to 30 Oct, 10:00-17:30, 31 October 10.00-16.30.
Price Details: Adult £8.50, Child £6.50, Senior £7.50, Families from £22.00. Groups and schools are welcome by advance booking.

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Address: Kenmore, Loch Tay, Aberfeldy, Perth & Kinross, AberfeldyPH15 2HY, United Kingdom

The Scottish Crannog Centre is within 2 hours of Glasgow and Edinburgh by car. The nearest train station is at Pitlochry just off the A9. Bus from Pitlochry to Aberfeldy. There is a limited bus service to Kenmore or taxis available in Aberfeldy.

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