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The Crannog Centre

Reconstruction of brnonze age island house called a Crannog. Well worth visiting.


Near the village, on the southern bank of the loch, is The Scottish Crannog Centre, an authentic reconstruction of a crannog, an artificial Bronze-Age island-house built for the purpose of defence. 

Travel Directions to The Crannog Centre

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. Buses run from Pitlochry to Aberfeldy. There are occasional buses to Kenmore (6 miles west of Aberfeldy) usually linked to the school terms. The service is patchy at best, and we are currently working towards improving all public transport throughout our area. 

  • Birks of Aberfeldy

    Lovely and relatively easy walk up the river starting from the middle of the village. Lots of wildlife to explore and easy on kids of any age.

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