Classic Outlander Tour - 1 Day
Join us on a full day guided Outlander Tour and be transported in comfort to your favourite filming locations from the Outlander TV series. Our driver/guides are passionate Outlander fans, ready to share their stories from Outlander, as well as the real-life histories that haunt these Palaces and Castles
You will visit:
During the Classic Outlander Tour, you will discover:
- Castle Leoch (Doune Castle)
- Blackness Castle (Fort William)
- Midhope (Lalllybroch)
- Culross (Cranesmuir)
- Linlithgow Palace (Wentworth Prison)
This is a tour based on, and immersed, in the Outlander books by Diana Gabaldon. Although the books are set in the Highlands, the filming of the Starz TV series took place in Central Scotland, with a number of the filming sites on the doorstep of our base in Linlithgow.
We will start our journey in the Royal and Ancient Burgh of Linlithgow. You will have the opportunity to see Linlithgow Palace, Birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots and Outlander filming site for Wentworth Prison.
During the drive to our next destination, Doune, we will pass the Kelpies, Scotland’s latest tourist attraction. Doune is home of the 14th Century castle used in as the Outlander filming site for Castle Leoch, the home of The MacKenzie Clan.
On to Culross, a perfectly preserved example of a 17th century town, where you can picture Jamie & Claire wandering around the cobbled streets. This is the setting for the fictional town of Cranesmuir. Many of the buildings feature in the show, the witch trial takes place at the Mercat Cross and Claire’s herb garden is the beautiful stepped garden behind Culross Palace.
We continue with a short drive over the river where you will get fabulous views of the iconic Forth Rail Bridge.
If available we will visit Lallybroch also known as Midhope Castle and get a great photo on the house stairs.
Our final stop, Blackness Castle is a formidable fortress sitting on the banks of the River Forth and is the filming site for Fort William, the stronghold of the infamous Black Jack Randall.
- Tours run with a summer (Mar – Sep) and winter (Oct – Feb) itinerary. Email us directly to book in winter
- The entrance fees listed below are for guidance only and can change at any time.
- Midhope Castle may close for pheasant shooting.
- Itineraries may also change at short notice due to local events.
- Many of the locations on this tour have uneven terrain or cobblestones and are not suitable for those with mobility restrictions.
Duration: 8 hours
Mar-Sept: Mon and Wed 9:00 hrs
Oct – Feb: by arrangement
By 17:00 hours Linlithgow Train Station, Station Road, Linlithgow
What to bring
- Your tour confirmation email
- Comfortable footwear, such as walking boots, trainers and sneakers
- Cash, credit card, or Historic Scotland Explorer Pass for entrance fees (see below)
- * Entry to Blackness Castle – £6 (£4.80)
- * Entry to Doune Castle – £9 (£7.20)
- * Entry to Linlithgow Palace – £7.20 (£5.40)
- Entry to Culross – Specially discounted rate £6.50 – usually £10.50
- Entry to Midhope Castle – £3 (cash only)
* An Historic Scotland Explorer Pass is great value if you are planning to travel in Scotland after your tour. As well as giving you access to these properties, you can also visit any of their 70 properties, including Edinburgh and Stirling Castles, for no additional cost. More details here.
The prices listed here are for guidance only and can change at any time.
48 hours or more before start: 100% refunds. After that time: no refunds. (Terms and Conditions)
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