Our Outlander Tour from Edinburgh takes you to some of the iconic film locations used in the making of the TV series. You’ll discover three castles, a mansion, as well as visit the
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Small Group Tour
Our Outlander Tour from Edinburgh takes you to some of the iconic film locations used in the making of the TV series. You’ll discover three castles, a mansion, as well as visit the pretty village of Culross. This is a small group tour in a comfortable coach, accompanied by a knowledgeable driver/guide. It’s available with departures from Edinburgh throughout the year.
Meet your driver/guide and set off on this Outlander Day Tour as you travel from Edinburgh into the Scottish countryside
Our first stop is to Midhope Castle, better known as Lallybroch Castle from the TV series. This is the family home of Jamie Fraser, and is where the dual took place between the Duke and the head of the McDonald clan
We continue the journey to Blackness Castle. This 15th Century castle was the Headquarters of Outlander’s Black Jack Randall and impersonates Fort William. You’ll get to explore its impressive walls and the stunning views from its incredible location that juts into the Firth of Forth estuary
Visit Royal Burgh of Linlithgow to see the fictional Wentworth Prison, known in real life as Linlithgow Palace. This is where Jamie stands trial and is sentenced to hang, and its towers overlook stunning scenery
We then continue to Doune Castle, the home of Outlanders’ Clan MacKenzie. You’ll get to explore the castle accompanied by an audio tour narrated by Sam Heughan (Jamie Fraser). The castle also featured as Winterfell in Game of Thrones and in Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
Our final stop of the day is to Royal Burgh of Culross. It’s probably the best example of a 17th Century village in Scotland and you’ll have time to explore the village and even visit the Biscuit Cafe. The streets have appeared many times in the Outlander series!
Tour departs from Green Ensign Ewart Pub, Edinburgh at 8:30am