Join us for timber day, part of our Master Builders programme, where families can get hands-on with the materials used to conserve Scotland's traditional buildings.
Have you ever wondered how buildings like Crannogs or Stirling Castle's Great Hall were made? Timber is one of the oldest building materials and can be found throughout Scotland's traditional buildings.
Learn traditional skills needed to build with timber. Work in teams to build a cruck frame house like the Blackhouse in Arnol, or take part in our joinery activity and make something out of timber. Do you have what it takes to become a joiner?
Don't forget to pick up your Master Builder Log Book and to collect a stamp each time you visit to become an Engine Shed Master Builder!
This activity may get messy. Please wear appropriate clothing. We provide the appropriate personal protective equipment for all of our activities (for example masks, safety glasses and gloves).
Activities suitable for ages 7+. Parental/guardian supervision is required for the duration of the activity.
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