Enjoy a one day tour visiting filming locations of the award-winning TV series, Outlander. Visit castles, palaces and mansions. Explore Linlithgow Palace, Outlander's Wentworth Prison; see Blackness Castle, the Headquarters of Black Jack Randall, and explore the Royal Burgh of Culross, Claire's herb garden; and many more!
• 9 hours
Unique private tour of five amazing Scottish castles . Five Scottish castles visited are Midhope Castle ( Lallybroch ) , Doune Castle ( Castle Leoch ) , Linlithgow Palace (Wentworth Prison ) , Aberdour Castle and Blackness Castle ( Fort William army headquarters ) . Spend up to an hour exploring five historic castles . Your guide will give you information about the history of each castle and guidance about the best viewpoints for taking pictures. Linlithgow Palace was the birthplace of Mary , Queen of Scots .Doune Castle was rebuilt by Robert Stewart, Duke of Albany in the 14th CenturyDoune has appeared many times on TV and in films including Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Doune was in Outlander and was the castle Winterfell in Game of Thrones.Souvenir t-shirts , phone cases and photos available to purchase from our website.
• 7 hours
Step away from Netflix and join us on an epic journey to discover the real Outlaw King; the hero that is Robert the Bruce. Rewind 700 years, as we explore historic sites with connections to the legend himself, and the insane Wars of Independence. The stories which inspired Outlaw King and Braveheart feature more drama and gore than directors would dare show on the big screen. We’re happy to share though! Immerse yourself in tales of betrayal, bloodshed, and victory as we blaze a trail into the heart of the action; from Linlithgow Palace and Bannockburn, to the Wallace Monument and Dunfermline Abbey. Learn about Robert the Bruce and his quest for Scottish independence, finishing off what the rebellious warrior William Wallace started before his barbaric execution. Prepare for a blockbuster day of history and heroes.
• 9 hours
This tour is a must for every fan of the hit TV show Outlander and is a bucket list-moment to get to visit the sets of your favourite show. Relive the books, walk in the footsteps of Jamie and Claire, and explore ancient castles and little villages that have not been changed since the 16th century. Meet the friendly locals and enjoy homemade cuisine from a family run tearoom in Falkland.A massive fan of the hit TV show, your tour guide for the day has actually appeared in Season 3 & 4 of Outlander so has lots of inside knowledge. We look forward to sharing this experience with you and giving you a day you will never forget. Haste Ye Back!
• 9 hours
Mary, Queen of Scots is the most famous of all the Scottish Monarchs. Her reign was marred by troubled marriages, betrayal and treason. Follow in her footsteps to some of Scotland’s most iconic attractions, all of which played a pivotal role in her life.
• 9 hours
Get out of Edinburgh and see some of the amiazing sights and attractions on the way to Stirling. Hear the stories of Scotland including Mary Queen of Scots and William Wallace. This is a private tour and provides the highest quality of service.
• 8 hours
Visit some of Outlander's most iconic film locations with a fellow fan who is also a qualified tour guide. Hear about the history of the locations and stories from filming. Walk through the woods to Jamie's Cave location. See the location of Jamie's Duel. Walk the streets of Paris and see the Brothel in France. Walk in the Footsteps of Roger and Bree as the visited Fort William and see the location of the Flogging. Sit on the steps of Lallybroch and soak in the atmosphere. This is a private tour with admissions included so you can sit back and enjoy the experience with you fellow fan and Driver/Guide.
• 4 hours
The magnificent ruin of a great Royal Palace sitting beside Linlithgow Loch a favoured residence of the Stewart kings and queens from James I to Mary, Queen of Scots. Later, we continue North to Stirling Castle, one of the largest and most important castles in Scotland. Several Scottish Monarchs have been crowned at Stirling, including Mary, Queen of Scots, in 1542. Back on your luxury VIP Class minibus we head East, towards one of our ancient Capitals, and your visit and tour of Dunfermline Abbey and Palace. After your visit, we continue to our lunch stop and visit to Falkland Palace. Set in the heart of a conservation village, this partly restored Renaissance palace is the perfect place to while away an afternoon. Part of the Palace is in ruins but the reconstructed rooms are packed with 17th-century Flemish tapestries, elaborate painted ceilings and antique furnishings. Heading South our final visit of the day is Aberdour Castle, one of the two oldest standing castles in Scotland.
• 10 hours
Executive Private tour for 1- 4 people.For this Outlander tour, you will travel in style in one of our luxury vehicles. Our executive tours are designed to give you and your party the very best Outlander experience.With a maximum of 4 people per tour you will be sure to get a fully personalized day from your tour guide. All our tour guides are born and bred in Scotland and are honored to share our culture, history and heritage with all our visitors. Step back in time like they did on Outlander and let us show you three iconic Outlander locations on this tour. Departing from Glasgow and Greater Clyde Valley only.
• 5 hours
Come and join our quest to discover the real Outlaw King; the legendary Robert the Bruce. Let us transport you back to the 13th and 14th century, as we hop around historic gems with connections to the Wars of Independence. The dramatic events from this turbulent period in Scottish history inspired Braveheart and Outlaw King, wielding enough bloodshed to make your toes curl! Immerse your imagination in tales of rebellion, betrayal and victory, as we blaze a trail into the heart of the action; from Linlithgow Palace and Bannockburn, to the Wallace Monument and Dunfermline Abbey. Learn about the rebellious hero William Wallace, and Robert the Bruce, who picked up where he left off, in his courageous pursuit of independence for Scotland. Brace yourself for a blockbuster day of history and heroism!
• 9 hours