Join us for a FREE fun-filled family day for the launch of this year's CBA Festival of Archaeology at the amazing and newly re-opened Scottish Crannog Centre! Discover the skills and crafts used by the Iron Age community who originally settled on the shores of Loch Tay over 2,000 years ago through hands-on and creative activities for all ages.

At this year's amazing launch you'll get to listen to storytellers, try traditional foods, wood-turning, black-smithing, woven hurdle making, traditional textile crafts and even join in a ceilidh! Full Programme coming soon.

Event Schedule

10:00am - Open to Public!

10:30am - Welcome Talk and Awards Launch

12:00 - 2:00pm - Ceilidh 

6:00pm - Close 

  • Tours 
  • Heritage Stalls 
  • Blacksmiths 
  • Wire Jewlery Making 
  • Traditional Dyes 
  • Drop-Spinning 
  • Pottery/ clay people 
  • Wood Turning/Lathe 
  • Dry-stone Walling 
  • Hurdle Making 
  • Flat-bread Baking 
  • Cheese/Butter making 
  • Celtic face-painting 
  • Storytelling
  • Puppetry  

This event is delivered by the Council for British Archaeology, who coordinate the Festival of Archaeology, in partnership with the Scottish Crannog Centre.

Booking required. NB: Ticket selection page shows standard prices but once date is selected on next page the ticket fees are removed and it is FREE to attend.