Others double for their fictional versions. Follow in Claire and Jamie’s time-travelling footsteps on our Outlander tours.
Scotland’s history and scenic beauty were the inspiration for American author Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series of novels. The resulting TV series now features many of the Scottish locations mentioned in the books. Others double for their fictional versions. Follow in Claire and Jamie’s time-travelling footsteps on our Outlander tours.
The historic Fife village of Culross doubles as the fictional Cranesmuir in Outlander. Culross is one of Scotland’s most picturesque villages, looking much today as it did in the 16th century.
Doune Castle is a 14th-century courtyard castle which poses as Castle Leoch in Outlander. You may also recognise Doune from its role in Monty Python and the Holy Grail and the pilot for Game of Thrones.
The museum recreates Scottish Highland daily and working life from the 1700s to the 1950s. The Highland Township has been used as a filming location for Outlander.
This 15th century ruin played a starring role in the Jamie Fraser story, with its corridors and entrance doubling up as a prison when our hero was held behind bars. Linlithgow Palace is around an elegant courtyard, its mighty walls still echo with fascinating history, as you would expect from the former home of Scottish royalty and birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots.
Eagle-eyed viewers will instantly recognise this 300-year-old Fife village, whose streets and buildings have appeared in many episodes. Take a tour and visit the site of Mrs Baird’s guest house, Farrell’s Hardware & Furniture Store and Campbell’s Coffee House. Or why not linger awhile by the Bruce Fountain and recreate your own version of the classic ghost scene?
Explore the beauty of the Highlands including the romantic Isle of Skye and take a trip on the famous Jacobite Steam Train, star of the Harry Potter movies!
Experience the best of the Scottish Highlands on this 3-day Isle of Skye tour.
Follow in the footsteps of Jamie and Claire on this wonderful Outlander themed tour.
Enjoy a wonderful drive through the picturesque scenery of the Western Highlands and the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
This official Glasgow bus tour is the ideal way to discover all that is best about Scotland’s largest and most colourful city.
If you only have a couple of days to discover the true beauty of the Scottish Highlands then this is the tour for you.
Enjoy the natural beauty of the Isle of Skye and the spectacular scenery of the Scottish Highlands on this relaxing and in-depoth tour.
Sample the finest ‘water of life’; follow in Bonnie Prince Charlie’s footsteps and walk among the ancient locations of TV’s Outlander in this fascinating trip back in time.
This comprehensive tour of the beautiful Scottish Highlands features all the “must see” destinations.
Discover the real history behind some of the most famous locations used in TV’s popular Outlander series.
Discover the history of Scotland and her people on this inspiring tour through the Highlands which includes a trip on the famous West Highland Railway.
Although the focus of this tour is on St Andrews, famed throughout the World as being the home of Golf, there is much more to explore on this relaxing tour.
This relaxing tour from Inverness has it all - wonderful scenery, historic tales, dolphin spotting even a visit to a whisky distillery. You’ll get a real taste of the Highlands!
Loch Lomond, a taste of the beautiful Highlands and a visit to a whisky distillery in just one day. This is a truly magical Scottish experience!
This engaging small group tour will let you explore many of the locations used in the filming of the highly-popular Outlander TV series.