The Scottish Crannog Centre are receiving £51,000 from the Scottish Government in support after last month’s fire.
Another £51,000 was raised by local people and other people passionate about the Crannog Centre.
Reacting to the news, Crannog Centre director, Mike Benson, said: “We are incredibly thankful to The Scottish Government for this support.”
Following the announcement, Perthshire North MSP, John Swinney said: “This is hugely positive news that will be welcomed across Highland Perthshire and beyond.
“The Crannog Centre is one of Scotland’s premiere visitor attractions and a much-loved local institution. The financial support provided by the Scottish Government will help the centre to rebuild and ultimately emerge even stronger than before.
“In addition to the Scottish Government’s support, I will continue to offer any assistance I can in my role as local MSP. To that end, I will continue to work closely with the centre’s management team in the months and years ahead.”