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Underwater Archaeology

Each year we offer a new events programme designed to stimulate interest from local residents as well as visitors, and to broaden the use of the Crannog, which provides an excellent venue for a wide range of activities under the banner of education and cultural tourism. The events are linked or inspired by ancient traditions, or based on discoveries underwater during crannog investigations in Loch Tay. They include experimental archaeology projects, music, ancient technologies, and traditional crafts.



15th-16th Feb;

19th Feb;

22nd-23rd Feb

Winter Week Festival

Join us for a special programme during Kenmore's annual winter festival. Download the full week's programme and updates are being made regularly at and on our Facebook and twitter feeds.


17th & 18th May 2014

Festival of Museums

Ancient Technology Weekend


21st June, 2014

Midsummer Music Festival


6th August, 2014

Iron Age Textiles & Fashion Show


14th September, 2014

Prehistoric Weaponry

Easter Sunday

April 20th, 2014

Pancakes & Chocolate Tasters

Celebrate Spring with flipping Iron Age pancakes and watch as molten chocolate is poured into axes and Celtic weapons. Tastes for appetites of all ages....


26th May 2014

Festival of Nettles


9th July 2014

Bronze-Age Metalworking


20th August, 2014

Lughnasa: Summer Harvest Festival


12th October 2014

Fruit & Fungi Festival

27th April, 2014

Celtic Food & Drink Festival

11am - 4pm

Join us for tastes and demonstrations of spit roast lamb, claybaked fish, oven baked breads, stews, brews, foraged greens and more for this annual Spring feasting.


15th June 2014

Lotions & Potions from Plants


17th July 2014

Iron Age Gourmet



6th September 2014

Iron Age Banquet

(evening, by advance ticket only)


31st October, 2014

Spooks & Sacrifice

Meet the Ancestors

Celtic Samhain Festival

For a full diary of events planned at the Crannog Centre please consult our seasonal events calendar below:

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