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Crannog Centre reopens after devastating fire

The Scottish Crannog Centre on Loch Tay welcomed the first visitors to its new site following a catastrophic blaze which destroyed the original site in 2021.

Located in Dalerb in Perthshire, the new site is 12 times larger than the original and situated on the opposite side of Loch Tay.

The museum’s collection which remained unscathed by the fire is now stored in a new building adjacent to a café and bookshop. The highlight of the museum is the living, working Iron Age village.

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