The Scottish Crannog Centre has announced it will reopen to the public on August 1.
The popular Loch Tay attraction will be open seven days a week, but visitors are required to book online or by phone.
Meanwhile, the centre is launching Friends of the Crannog, a new annual subscription to allow members a range of additional services.
A statement from the centre’s management reads: “We are happy to announce that our reopening date has been set for August 1.
“Tours will be pre-booked in advance, more details will be coming in the next few weeks, so we’ll let you know as soon as we’re ready to take bookings.”
Further information can be found on the centre’s website.
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