The Scottish Crannog Centre will reopen on 1st August 2020.

Tours must be booked in advance - book your tickets now!



The Scottish Crannog Centre is an independent organisation acting as the trading company for the Scottish Trust for Underwater Archaeology (STUA, registered charity number SC018418). Any profits generated from the Centre are donated to STUA. Neither organisation receives fixed funding.

Funding is essential for any new developments at the Centre including enhancement of the exhibition area and the expansion of educational and events programmes.  It is also essential to help STUA to update equipment and to carry out training, research projects and the preservation of artefacts.

How you can help:
You can Gift Aid your entrance fee to the Scottish Crannog Centre simply by providing your postcode and signature on arrival at the Centre.  You can also make a one-off donation, please contact us for further information.

You can now also make a donation using Paypal or your debit/credit card by clicking on the donate button below. 

If you use the Donate button and are UK tax payer please don't forget to complete and send us your Gift Aid Declaration Form which can be downloaded below - thank you. 

Where your money goes:
Your donation will be used to help maintain the Crannog Roundhouse and to fund our events, educational programmes and interactive visitor experience carried out by the Trust. 

Written correspondence should be sent to STUA, c/o The Scottish Crannog Centre, Kenmore, Loch Tay, By Aberfeldy, Perthshire, PH15 2HY. Or you can email us at

All donations are important to us and will help to understand and preserve Scotland's rich and exciting history.

Your donation really will make a difference - Thank you! 

Download Charity Gift Aid Declaration Form

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