The Scottish Crannog Centre
Award-winning centre with enthusiastic guides sharing a unique reconstruction of an ancient loch dwelling.
Interesting step back in time to how people used to live on Crannogs in the area with displays and hands-on activities.
The Crannog centre is a wealth of information about the earliest people living in Scotland. They have built a replica Crannog - a round building perched on stilts in Loch Tay. The guided tour is really interesting and children and adults alike are amazed at how people lived here hundreds of years…
“A beautiful loch to see 'classic' Scotland. Why not get Wee Adventures to take you out on the water in canoes? There is also a lovely cafe called the Paperboat, right on the water at the Killin end. And just up the road is one of the best haberdashery's in Scotland!”
“Perfect for hillwalkers. Beautiful Mountain to climb, not too steep and amazing views on a clear day. Be sure to get there early though, because the parking can get very busy during peak periods.”
“Excellent tour guides with passion for the local area. Variety of tours available - bike, 4X4, walking. The Red Deer Centre is well worth a visit. The onsite cafe and gift shop are fabulous!”
“Excellent for breakfast for a spot of lunch - right in the centre of Aberfeldy.”