Begin your Outlander-themed tour with convenient pickup from your Edinburgh accommodation. Spend your 9-hour day exploring filming locations for the popular series, which was entirely filmed on location in Scotland.
Travel in a VIP Class minibus with your dedicated guide, listening to fun facts about the filming and production of the series as you travel. This private tour ensures you receive personalized attention and are not rushed; the itinerary is completely flexible.
Arrive at the impressive Doune Castle, located in Stirling, which plays the role of the fictional Castle Leoch, where Colum MacKenzie and his clan live during the episodes set in the 18th century. Continue to the Lothians, wher eyou'll see Blackness Castle, perched on the banks of the river Forth, the setting of Black Jack Randall's headquarters at the show's Fort William. See where Frank and Claire parted ways in the 1940s train station episode, in actuality the Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway. Then, visit the fictional Duke of Sandringham's stately home, Hopetoun House in South Queensferry.
Journey on to the coastal town of Culross, which was transformed into the village of Cranesmuir, where Gillis and Arthur Duncan made their home. Walk down the 18th century cobblestone alleyways to the verdant herb garden where Claire worked, located behind the historic Culross Palace. During your tour, your guide will fill you in on fun facts about the filming and production of the show, as well as historical information about the real-life locations.
At the conclusion of your 9-hour tour, return to your Edinburgh hotel for drop-off.