Experience Scotland on this 8 - 10 hour day tour visiting the main filming locations that brought Diana Galbaldon's Outlander series to life. Are you a Jacobite or a Sassenach? Join this tour to find out.
Experience the most breath-taking scenery of Scotland whilst learning about our history and culture along the way. We even throw in a couple of Gaelic sayings too, and let us not forget the chance to sample a "wee" dram of Scotch Whisky. You will feel like Claire and Jamie as you immerse yourself in all things 'Outlander' and the thought of standing where the gorgeous Sam Heughan and equally beautiful Caitriona Balfe stood, should be the icing on the cake. Some of our guides were also extras In the show which give us a unique insight into the filming and what the cast and crew are like in "real" life.We meet in Glasgow at 266 George Street and hope to leave at 9am to get the small group tour underway and then make our way to Dalmeny Train station to pick up the next group. Our first tour stop is Doune Castle, not only was it the location for Castle Leoch, but it was where 'Game of Thrones' filmed Winterfell, and who could forget Monty Python and 'The Holy Grail'. We then make our way for Falkland, the scene of Inverness, where, you instantly get the feeling Caitriona Balfe and Tobias Menzies will stroll around the corner. We then make our way to Culross where the scenery really takes you back in time and was the filming location for the "Crainesmuir" and the gardens of Castle Leoch.Afterwards, we make our way to the piece de resistance for any Outlander fan, Midhope Castle AKA Lallybroch. This is on a private estate and as such, we may not always have access and if this is the case, we will visit Hopetoun House.Finally, we will make our way to Blackness Castle which was used for filming Fort William and some of the Wentworth scenes. This is close to Dalmeny Train Station where after this stop, we will drop them off.We will then make our way back to Glasgow where we will say our goodbyes and hope that you'll "haste ye back" to Scotland soon.