Our opening times and admissions, tour times and gift aid.
2021 opening times:
The Scottish Crannog Centre will reopen on 6th March 2021. Please check back for opening times and events!
What to expect!
Your visit to the Scottish Crannog Centre includes a museum, the reconstructed crannog and living history area with interactive demonstrations of ancient crafts and technologies. Our team of enthusiastic, knowledgeable and friendly Iron Age Interpreters are here to help you.
Guided tours take place throughout the day. Tours must be pre-booked via our online booking system using the button on our homepage. Private tours are available to book for the early morning or evening, details for which can be found on the online booking form. Please note private tours must be booked 48 hours in advance of intended visit. Please follow government guidance on travelling and refrain from visiting us until restrictions in your area are lifted.
Group booking is available for groups of 12 or more. If you are interested in bringing a group to the Centre, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us for further information.
Seniors-£9.00 (aged 65+)
Children-£7.00 (aged 5-16)
Students-£9.00 (17 and over)
Families-from £32.00 (2+2)
Admissions for our day-time events is as standard, however, we do request that you kindly make a donation for taking out log boats on event days (subject to experience and weather), participation in some of our demonstrations and workshops and for tasters of our food. Donation boxes can be found throughout the site.
Tickets for evening events are valid for the evening only and do not include daytime entrance to the Centre.
UK Tax Payers: If you are a UK taxpayer, please consider Gift Aiding your admission fee, as a donation in lieu of the fee, to the Centre at no additional cost to yourself. The process is simple, all you need to do is provide your postcode and signature on arrival! Read more in our Donations.
All Gift Aided tickets are valid for multiple returns for a period of 12 months following purchase and include entry to regular events. However, they cannot be used for Midsummer Music on 21st June, Celts are Coming! festival, and Celtic Samhain on 31st October.
There is free WiFi available to visitors. Please ask staff for log-in details on arrival.