18 September 2021 (10am-5pm)
19 September 2021 (10am-5pm)
A traditional farm steading transformed to a modern permaculture croft buzzing with life. Farm shop, tea garden, mountain bike trails and bike repair shop. Free bicycle check-ups will be offered at the bike shop over the weekend.
Explore the farm and help archaeologists from University of Edinburgh build a Roman turf wall. Part of ‘Roman Strathearn’ event with Crieff & Strathearn Museum.
This is an outdoor activity, please dress appropriately.
Organised by Comrie Croft in collaboration with University of Edinburgh. Part of ‘Roman Strathearn’ event with Crieff & Strathearn Museum https://www.crieffmuseum.org.uk/
(approx 400m of uphill gravel track to turf building workshop)
Roman Cycle Route;
For this year's Doors Open Days festival, Crieff & Strathearn Museum have teamed up with various organisations to celebrate Strathearn's Roman past. There are two cycle routes on offer: The Roman Cycle Route and the Doors Open Day Route.
Follow the link to Crieff and Strathearn Museum's website for more info
Visitors will be directed onto the route down to Innerpeffray library where there will be someone dressed as a Roman soldier, and onto the Gask Ridge where there will be tours of the sites. The map is also on Google My Maps with a additional downloadable pdf for tour information.Follow in the footsteps of the Romans!
People can drop-in (no tour)
Turf building activity is Sat only