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From Edinburgh: Outlander, Palaces and Jacobites Tour474 Reviews
Explore the sets of the TV show "Outlander" on a day tour from Edinburgh. See the former residence of the Scottish monarchs at Linlithgow Palace, Falkland, and the Royal burgh of Culross.
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- Experience the real life sets from the TV series 'Outlander'
- Explore Falkland, the set of Inverness in the show
- See Blackness Castle; the show's Fort William
- Explore the tiny village of Culross, home of Claire's herb garden
DescriptionStep into the story and witness the scenic landscapes and ruins from the TV show 'Outlander' on this day trip from Edinburgh. Travel in a comfortable bus and see the village of Cranesmuir and the Tuilyies Standing Stones. Board your bus in Edinburgh's Royal Mile and head to Midhope Castle. Explore this 16th-century Tower House, which served as the backdrop to Lallybroch; Jamie Fraser's family home. Next, head to Blackness, home to Blackness Castle, an optional extra on this tour. The castle is used to represent Fort William in the series. Learn why this castle is known as 'the ship that never sailed'. Following in the footsteps of Claire and Jamie, your Outlander tour travels northwest to the Royal Burgh of Linlithgow. Stop to take a photo of Linlithgow Palace, Outlander's Wentworth Prison. Explore the town, purchase refreshments, and learn about this palace's history as a relaxing retreat for the Royal Family on journeys between Edinburgh and Stirling Castle. Continue to the Royal Burgh of Culross. a tiny 17th-century village on the coast of Fife. The gardens here feature in Claire's herb garden and the Mercat Cross in Outlanders' Cranesmuir Village. Enjoy plenty of time to stroll through this picturesque town and visit the quaint Biscuit Café. Next, head to Falkland. This small village in Fife served as the set for Inverness in Outlander, where Claire and Frank arrive on their second honeymoon. Spend time exploring the small village, enjoy refreshments, and optionally visit Falkland Palace and Gardens. Finish your tour with a stop in South Queensferry for photos and a stunning view over the Firth of Forth before returning to Edinburgh.
IncludesKnowledgeable driver/guide Transportation by luxury, modern air-conditioned coach
- Midhope Castle is only available during departures in April-September
- Unfortunately, children under 4 years old are not permitted on this tour
- Collapsible wheelchairs with removable wheels can be accommodated provided the passenger is accompanied by someone who can assist them board and disembark