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Outlander Themed tour with Special Guests
Meeting Sam and Caitriona on set
Imagine how lucky we felt when we met Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heuhgan on set during filming on one of our Outlander filming locations tours... Anything can happen as they say
Outlander Themed tour with Special Guests
Cast and Crew of the Outlander Series
CAst and crew milling around during filming in Culross, an Outlander filming location tour destination.
Outlander Filing Location Tours of Scotland
Visit the Outlander filming location.
Blackness Castle
Blackness Castle, the site of Fort William and the outside scenes for Wentworth Prison and Fort William. The Keepers Tower (the one the the wooden windows (not the centre tower) is where Jamie abseiled in and saved Claire stating "I'll mind you to take your hands off my wife"
Doune Castle (Castle Leoch)
Doune Castle AKA Castle Leoch, the MacKenzie castle
Culross
The scene of the black kirk and the gardens of Castle Leoch. Visit Mercat Square where the boy was nailed to the Piliary. Geillis Duncan house is also here (the only 3 story house). Culross Palace and Gardens aka the Doune Castle gardens.
Pocket Jamie
Take pocket Jamie with you!
Doune Castle (Castle Leoch)
Doune Castle AKA Castle Leoch, the MacKenzie castle
Falkland (scene of inverness)
Falkland, the site of Inverness. The statue thing in the centre is where ghost Jamie stood looking up at Claire brushing her hair in the window of the Covenanters Hotel. You will see a pocket Jamie in the window.
Midhope Castle, Lallybroch
Jamie Fraser's home

Join us in this 7-day Outlander that begins in Glasgow and ends in Edinburgh. It is a comprehensive trip that not only covers the filming locations of series 1 and 2 but also places mentioned in the book series too. Don't worry if you have members of your party who aren't as big fans as the places we visit are wonderful attractions in their own right and showcases the true beauty of Scotland's highlands, lowlands and cities.

 

In a group no bigger than 8 persons, you are guaranteed a personalised experience and everything is conducted with laughter and recounts of both the television series and Diana Gabaldon's genius in her writing ability.

 

Highlights:

  • See Castle Leoch
  • See Lallybroch
  • Stay in the Scottish Highlands (accommodation not included)
  • Experience the sombre beauty at Culloden
  • Enjoy the major cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh.
  • And much more

 

Itinerary:

 

Day 1:

Stay in Glasgow area. Make the first trip to Dean Castle used in filming season 2 and experience an afternoon Outlander City Tour including Pollok Park (used both season 1 and 2), Glasgow Cathedral (season 2) and George Square (used for London with Frank).

 

Day 2:

Make way for the Highlands passing Doune Castle (Castle Leoch), Culross (Crainesmuir and used in season 2) and Glenfinnan where Bonnie Prince Charlie met his supporters and raised his father's standard, the start of the 1745 Jacobite Uprising. We will stay in a Highland accommodation.

 

Day 3:

We will make a trip to the Loch Ness where you can enjoy a trip like Claire and Frank (and later Bree, Roger and Claire) and a visit to Urquhart Castle mentioned in the book. We will then make a trip to the Culloden Battlefield and the Clava Cairns (real standing stones).

 

Day 4:

We will depart from the hotel and make our way for Edinburgh stopping at the Highland Folk Museum (rent episode) on the way. On arrival, you can enjoy a dinner at the Worlds End pub which plays a pivotal role in the books 2 and 3.

 

Day 5:

We will make a day trip up to Dysart (Le Havre in season 2), Falkland (Inverness in Series 1) and Aberdour Castle (Saint Ann de Beaupre's monastery)

 

Day 6:

Visit (another day trip from Edinburgh) Blackness Castle (Fort William), Lallybroch (Midhope Castle), Hopetoun House (Duke of Sandringham's residence and also used in series 2) and the Glencorse Old Kirk (the wedding scene).

 

Day 7:

Visit Linlithgow Palace (Wentworth prison)and the Bo'ness Railway (used for wartime London scenes). If there is enough time we can visit also the Preston Mill (where Jamie loses his shirt fixing the mill).

 

We hope that you join us on this quest and if you would like to make this tour private, please get in touch and we would be delighted to speak with you.

£830 / 1077.54 USD / 966.50 EUR per person

£2500 Private Tour for up to 4 persons

£3125 Private Tour for up to 8 persons

 

Please note the price is calculated in British Pounds, the other currencies are subject to the current exchange rate.

 

Operates April - October and 2016 and 2017 dates available.

 

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Inclusions: This price includes guide on 7 day tour, bottled water and snacks.

Exclusions: The price does not include food and drink,  entrance fees and accommodation however we can assist you with this. We can reserve accommodation for you and you can pay the accommodation in cash on arrival date. For entrance fees, please purchase an Explorer Pass or a Scottish Heritage Pass, it will save you a fortune.

 
 
*Please note that a standard booking fee of £5 will be charged on all online and telephone bookings.*

£830 / 1077.54 USD / 966.50 EUR per person

£2500 Private Tour for up to 4 persons

£3125 Private Tour for up to 8 persons

 

Please note the price is calculated in British Pounds, the other currencies are subject to the current exchange rate.

 

Operates April - October and 2016 and 2017 dates available.

 

Book Now!

 

Inclusions: This price includes guide on 7 day tour, bottled water and snacks.

Exclusions: The price does not include food and drink,  entrance fees and accommodation however we can assist you with this. We can reserve accommodation for you and you can pay the accommodation in cash on arrival date. For entrance fees, please purchase an Explorer Pass or a Scottish Heritage Pass, it will save you a fortune.

 
 
*Please note that a standard booking fee of £5 will be charged on all online and telephone bookings.*