The Marie Curie Etape Caledonia Cycle Race returns to Highland Perthshire in 2017.
VisitScotland have developed a new virtual reality travel experience which allows anyone, wherever they are in the world, to be immersed in Scotland's remarkable attractions through stunning 360° video and photographs.
The Scottish Crannog Centre is very proud to have been chosen as one of those attractions.
We have been notified that part of the A827 between Aberfeldy and Kemore will be closed from Monday 12 September 2016 for 5 days.
We were very excited when BBC Britain contacted us about broadcasting a live feed from the Crannog and we were not disappointed!
There will be restricted access along the C451 South Loch Tay road to the Scottish Crannog Centre on Friday 20th May while BT carry out essential repairs
The Marie Curie Etape Caledonia Cycle event will take place on 08 May this year. While roads to the Centre remain open, some roads in the area will be closed.
Getting the Centre ready for opening on 26th March has been hard but very rewarding work.
The storms earlier this year caused chaos and misery for a lot of people and while the Crannog Roundhouse survived with hardly any damage, the Centre's site wasn't so lucky.
This year celebrates Scotland's beautiful built heritage, culture and environment alongside the contemporary and cutting edge designs of today. From textiles and technology, to architecture, fashion and more the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design shines the spotlight on Scotland's greatest assets, icons and hidden gems.
Just because the Centre is closed to the public during the winter months doesn’t mean that we’re not working away in the background and life at the Crannog continues to be busy as we prepare for the 2016 season.