Visit three castles and a well-preserved village on this adventure through the sights and stories of Outlander.
There are moments that make your heart pound, scenes that leave you on the edge of your seat, and kisses that cause you to blush.
But no matter how thrilling Outlander is, we think the real-life sites are even more emotive.
This is because visiting the locations lets you step back in time and wander through unchanged, ancient villages. It gives you the chance to gaze up in awe at the mighty walls of a 600-year-old castle. And it allows you to venture through the real battlefields of the Jacobite uprising.
On this tour, your guide takes you through a fantastic array of Outlander sights while telling you all about the history that inspired the famous show.
So, take this time-travelling adventure and discover that the real locations and history are as exciting as the show itself.
Places you discover
We give you plenty of time to take photos, go walking and explore ancient ruins.
Doune Castle - In Outlander, it’s the fictional Castle Leoch. And in reality, it’s a stunning castle with a tall gatehouse, an impressive great hall, and lovely views of the River Teith.
Falkland - This quaint town in the Kingdom of Fife boasts a beautiful palace and was the location of the 1940’s Inverness scenes.
Culross - This 16th-century village poses as Cranesmuir in Outlander. It also starred in the movies: Captain America: First Avenger and The 39 Steps.
Midhope Castle* - Jamie’s family home, Lallybroch, is as lovely as it looks in the show.
Blackness Castle** - The tough-looking castle looks like it could fend off an entire empire. And in Outlander, it impersonates Fort William.
Linlithgow Palace - This pretty palace is a favourite of ours because of its connection to Mary, Queen of Scots. It’s also known for one of the most intense scenes in the Outlander series…
Why choose us?
Things to Note
Pack your waterproof clothing and walking shoes. One 15 kilogram bag, and one carry-on bag per person
Joining the tour with children?
> Please note we do not accept bookings for children under 5 years old, except by special request.
> If your child is less than 1.35m tall, you should let us know, so we can provide them with a suitable booster seat.
Joining the tour with a disabled person?
> We have space for one foldable wheelchair in our vehicles, but customers must be able to get on and off the bus unassisted.
We have a cancellation period of three days. If
a. cancellation more than 72 hours before the tour departure: 10% of the tour price;
b. cancellation less than 72 hours before the tour departure: 100% of the tour price;
c. in the event of a ‘no show’ you will be charged 100% of the tour price.