Outlander Season 2 Tour from Glasgow

Outlander Season 2 Tour!

Adult (18+)
£55
Concession (60+)
£50

Enjoy the intrigue of Scottish and French 18th-century politics while we explore some of the most iconic filming locations used for Outlander Season 2. This season had a rollercoaster storyline based on one of Scotland’s most talked about periods in history - the 1745 Jacobite Rebellion, leading up to Culloden whilst playing “salon room” politics in Louis VX’s court in France.

Slàinte Scotland Tour of Outlander Season 2 Filming Locations from Glasgow

Join us on this fantastic 8-9 hour tour from 266 George Street in Glasgow. On this tour, you will have the opportunity to visit a few more of the Outlander filming sites, often missed on standard Outlander Tours. Led by a knowledgeable guide (and fan of Outlander), you will be sure to have a fantastic day out whilst you enjoy each location’s unique history as well as their Outlander significance.

All our tours include a knowledgeable guide, bottled water and light refreshments in the vehicle. The tour does not include entrance fees, meals, and alcoholic drinks.


Outlander Season 2 Tour from Glasgow Highlights

  • Hopetoun House which was used for much of Outlander filming, including the Duke of Sandringham’s Residence in Season 1 and much of Paris in Season 2. It was also used in Season 3.
  • Linlithgow Palace which featured as Wentworth in Outlander. It was not used for Season 2 but certainly sets the tone for the second series.
  • Callendar House, a beautiful mansion house in Falkirk which was the setting for where the Duke of Sandringham lost his head.
  • Drummond Castle Gardens which featured as the Gardens of Versailles.

Important Info

  • Tour lasts around   8 – 9 hours traffic depending.
  • Times are dependent on local traffic conditions, and Slàinte Scotland cannot be held responsible for any delays.
  • Slàinte Scotland cannot be held responsible for any site closures and suitable alternatives will be offered.
  • Tours are capped at 20 people.
  • This tour is not suitable for those with mobility restrictions.
  • You will be transported in a clean and comfortable vehicle with air conditioning

What to Bring

  • A copy of your confirmation email
  • A light rain jacket
  • Cash, credit card or Historic Scotland Explorer Pass for entrance fees
  • Please wear closed comfortable footwear

Outlander Season 2 Tour from Glasgow Itinerary

The Outlander Season 2 Day Tour from Glasgow departs promptly at 9.15 am from 266 George Street outside the “Parish Halls” Buildings. Please see the map for the exact location and direction assistance at the bottom of this page.

We will begin by making our way to South Queensferry where we collect our Edinburgh guests and continue on the short journey to Hopetoun House which features as the Duke of Sandringham’s Residence and many of the Paris scenes in Outlander. In addition to Outlander, Hopetoun House is a stunning example of late 17th and 18th-century architecture and is the home of the Earl of Hopetoun and his family. The grounds are also spectacular and form a number of trails through gardens and along the Forth shoreline. You will have the opportunity to explore the House and Gardens after a short historical and Outlander demonstration by your tour guide. (Entrance to Hopetoun House is not included in the tour).

We will then make our way to Linlithgow Palace which was a favourite of the Stewart Kings of Scotland because it was arguably the most impressive palace in the whole of Scotland. It was also the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots as well as her father. It has been a ruin since the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745/1746 and the reasons for this, you will discover on tour. Concerning the Outlander filming, Linlithgow Palace portrays Wentworth Prison, and after an explanation from your tour guide, you will be given around 1 hour to explore the labyrinths at the palace and if there is time, visit the St Michaels Church next door. (Entrance to Linlithgow is not included in the tour).

We will then continue our way towards Callendar House in Falkirk.

Once we arrive at Callendar House where you will find the kitchens which portray where the Duke of Sandringham has his head chopped off in Outlander, you will enjoy a short demonstration of an 18th-century kitchen by the Callendar House guide. (Entrance is free at Callendar House however, they do accept donations). You will then have the opportunity to enjoy lunch at the Callendar House Tearoom or bring a packed lunch and enjoy it in the park that surrounds the House.

Finally, we will make our way for the awe-inspiring Drummond Castle Gardens which became the Gardens of Versailles in Outlander Season 2. You will feel like you are an aristocrat in the French Court as you walk in the footsteps of your favourite characters in the show. The visit around the gardens is self-guided however you will receive a short introduction from your tour guide as they point out the filming sites and a brief history of the area. (Entrance to Drummond Castle Gardens is not included in the tour).

After our visit to Drummond Castle Gardens, we will make the journey back to South Queensferry to drop off our Edinburgh guests before continuing back to 266 George Street in Glasgow, where we aim to reach for 6 – 7 pm (traffic depending).


Extra Information

The paid activities which are not included in our tour price are:

1) Hopetoun House

Adult£10.50
Children £5.50
Pensioner/Student £9.00
Groups (15+)£9.00
Family (2 + 2)£28.00
Registered Disabled£5.50

(these prices are subject to change)
Credit cards accepted

2) Linlithgow Palace

Member/Explorer Pass holder: FREE (the explorer pass is only worth it if you are planning to visit 2 or more Historic Scotland properties)
Adult: £6
Child aged 5–15: £3.60
Child under 5: FREE
Concession: £4.80

(these prices are subject to change)
Credit cards accepted

3) Lunch

usually around £10 – £15 per person depending on what you order

Credit cards accepted

4) Drummond Castle Gardens

Adult £6.00
Superadult  £5.50
Child £2.00
Family (2+3) £14.00

(these prices are subject to change)
Credit cards accepted


Tour Departs from 266 George Street, Glasgow.
Please see the following map: