Scottish Crannog Centre, The

Iron Age-style waterfront property

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A crannog is an Iron Age dwelling-cum-fortification that was built as an island on Scottish lochs around 2,500 years ago.

Loch Tay had several, as dives have revealed, and the Scottish Crannog Centre has pieced together the evidence to provide a fascinating reconstruction of what once was.

Informative tours reveal a surprisingly sophisticated thatched wooden dwelling, complete with drawbridge. Interiors have been furnished as they once probably were – with wooden bowls, sheepskin rugs and the like.

At A Glance

Adults-£8.75; Seniors-£8.00; Children-£6.50; Students-£7.50; Families-from £23 (2 1)

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