Discover the filming locations from the hit TV series 'Outlander'
Explore Midhope Castle, the home of Jamie Fraser at Lallybroch
Visit the 15th-century Blackness Castle that represented Fort William
Visit the quaint village of Falkland, the setting for 1940s Inverness
Learn about the history and legends of each location from a guide
Join a local guide and discover some of the stunning filming locations from the hit TV series 'Outlander'. Admire the views of Doune Castle, Blackness Castle, Midhope Castle, and the quaint villages of Culross and Falkand on a tour departing from Edinburgh.
Set out from Edinburgh early in the morning for a journey to some of the most famous locations from the series. Relive some of your favorite moments from the show as you gain insight into the history of each location from your local guide.
Leave the capital behind and first drive to the instantly recognizable Midhope Castle. Enter the grounds and discover the real-life Lallybroch and the home of Jamie Fraser.
Next, travel to Doune Castle, or Castle Leoch, which was also featured as Winterfell in 'Game of Thrones' and as the castle in 'Monty Python and the Holy Grail'. You have the option of entering the castle, or you can simply admire it from the outside.
Next, travel to the ancient Kingdom of Fife, an area of great historical importance. Make a stop in Culross, where Claire was accused of witchcraft in the village of Cranesmuir. Admire one of the most complete examples of a typical 17th and 18th-century burgh that remains in Scotland today.
For your penultimate stop, head to the charming village of Falkland, which was used as the filming location for 1940s Inverness. Admire some of the 28 listed buildings, which indicates their national historic and architectural significance.
Finally, visit Blackness Castle which is perched on a strategic point overlooking Blackness Bay. Then, hop back on the bus and relax on the return journey to Edinburgh.
Transportation by air-conditioned minibus
Midhope Castle entry
- Midhope Castle will be closed from 22nd December 2023 to 15th March 2024
- Doune Castle will be closed from 11th January until 15th February 2024
- You will be informed in advance if any areas are closed for filming on your chosen tour date
- Children under 5 years old may not take part in the tour, while anyone under 17 years must be accompanied by an adult
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund