The Starz Outlander filming locations are becoming abundant.
This two day by-request-tour visits some of the major sites that are more recognizable in the scenes.
You'll have a good hour or more at each one to look around
and see if you can spot the wee nooks and crannies filmed in the series.
About half of this tour's locations are already included within the Jamie and Claire Tour (eight days), but can be booked here as a full two day private tour.
By request all year (providing we are not on tour elsewhere). Some sites are only open to the public Easter to October.
We'll fit in as many of the filming locations as we can into
the two days of the OTT (Outlander TV Tour). Currently there are about seven we visit, chosen from the list below, depending on which sites are available. If Starz Outlander reveal more and they're in the same area, we'll have further choices.
- Black Jack Randall's Fort William ~ a forboding
place with small windows making it difficult for even the most crafty of
Highlanders to get in and out of. This filming location (in our humble opinion)
is a pretty good facsimilie for the now lost Fort William.
- Lallybroch (when available) ~ though nothing like the Lallybroch in
the book (ahem, cough, as herself, that's Mrs. Gabaldon to you and me... might
say) it's still fun to see as it is the home of Jamie Fraser (and Jenny's
family) in the series.
- Castle Leoch ~ the set used by Starz for many of the early episodes.
- Sandringham's House ~ also used for various Paris street scenes and the duel with the MacDonalds.
- Gardens of Versailles ~ where Jamie finds out that Jack Randal still isn't dead and suggests a duel to finish him off.
- Inverness 1943 ~ where Frank and Claire honeymoon and Jamie's 'fetch' appears outside the window.
- Inverness Station 1943 ~ where Frank and Claire are romantic amidst the steam of the train.
- Military Camp of the Frasers ~ where Jamie had the Lallybroch men trained and Dougal MacKenzie was a difficult ally.
- Cranesmuir Church ~ where the indoor parts of the witch trial scenes were filmed
- Cranesmuir Village ~ where the pillory scene and parts of the witch trial were filmed.
For old Edinburgh sites see FAQ page.
The price includes the overnight accommodation on the end of day one.
£550 for a solo traveller
£400 per person for two (shared room)
£350 per person based on three travellers
(Currency exchange rates: www.XE.com)
For five guests or more, please contact us through the Custom Tour Enquiry where a bespoke tour can be discussed.
What is included in the tour price?
- All transportation from Edinburgh pick up to drop off.
- Guided touring with a knowledgable Outlander fan.
- Meeting with people involved with the filming, when available.
- One night's accommodation during the tour.
- Entrances to the paid sites.
What's not included in the tour price?
- Lunch and dinner are not included in the price (but local eateries will be availablie)
- Accommodation prior to the tour and on the evening the tour completes.
Who are these tour for?
- Obviously, travellers who are Outlander TV fans.
- It is for both lads and lasses, solo and accompanied travellers.
- Travellers who want to be in the real places where scenes were filmed and are brave enough to experience the whole picture
that these locations offer.
- For travellers who want someone else to do all the hard work of putting a tour together.
- It is for those who will appreciate a non-smoking tour throughout.
This is for me!
Still got questions? They are answered on the FAQ page.
Our Outlander TV Tours are not affiliated with Starz or Sony Corp., but then again neither are anybody elses!