Join us and our friends from the Scottish Crannog Centre as we journey back in time 2,500 years. Crannogs: Ancient Life on Linlithgow Loch.
Iron Age interpreters will share the secrets of two ancient crafts – tin casting and whistle making. Learn how to smelt tin and transform it into a decorative pendant, then find out how to make a wooden whistle from scratch. These activities are hands-on and will give you a real sense of what life may have been like 2,500 years ago in prehistoric Scotland.
Our Rangers will also be leading a guided walk where you can learn more about the crannogs that were on Linlithgow loch and how they were built.
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£6.00 Adult (16-59yrs)
£5.00 Concession (60+yrs)
£4.00 Child (5-15yrs)