THE SCOTTISH CRANNOG CENTRE
The award-winning Scottish Crannog Centre by Kenmore, Loch Tay is an open-air museum featuring an authentic recreation of an early Iron Age loch-dwelling, indoor and outdoor exhibits and ‘hands-on’ ancient crafts. Welcoming visitors with a living history approach, guides in period-style clothing together with a range of activities and special events bring the past to life for visitors of all ages.
Owned and operated by the Scottish Trust for Underwater Archaeology, Registered Charity No. SC018418, the Centre is embarking on an exciting development phase, including working towards museum accreditation and the celebration of its 20th anniversary in 2017. Accordingly, the Trust is recruiting a new Heritage Centre Manager to enhance and develop the Centre’s quality visitor experience, attract new audiences and to manage day-to-day operations. Although the Scottish Crannog Centre is normally open to the public between April and November, this is a full time, year round post.