The Scottish Crannog Centre, Loch Tay – Saturday 11th August
Let us take you back 2,500 years to the early Iron Age……
Crannogs are a type of ancient loch-dwelling found throughout Scotland and Ireland, built as individual homes to accommodate extended families. Scotland’s award winning crannog reconstruction on Loch Tay was built by The Scottish Trust for Underwater Archaeology to promote the research, recording, preservation and interpretation of Scotland’s underwater heritage.
Fellows of the Society will be treated to a unique visit to the Crannog with talks by experts on the journey up, special guided tours on the site and the chance to see rare artefacts which are not on public display yet.
9.30 – Depart outside NMS, Chambers Street, Edinburgh
11.30 – Arrive at the Centre – tea and coffee
*12.00 – Tours, talks, museum visit, explore
– Lunch on the site
– Tours, talks, museum visit, explore
15.00 – Depart
17.00 – Arrive Chambers Street, Edinburgh
*Timings are approximate and we may split into groups
Tickets include return coach transport, the talks and tours, morning refreshments and lunch. Book below with your credit card or email your details to: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0131 247 4133 or compete and return this form.
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