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Outlander TV Tours
The Outlander TV Tour (OTT) is a rich, two day experience of the more recognizable sites used in the Starz TV scenes.
You'll have a good hour or so at most sites to look around and see if you can spot the wee nooks and crannies used for filming, plus you'll have the expertise of your guides to show you what you wouldn't find for yourself, from both filming and the real histories of the sites, at both public and private locations. You'll also be glad you opted for a well planned, driven two days of dense Outlander interest getting the most from your time. (Most or all of these tour-sites are also included on the longer, 8 day J&C Tour.)
2020 Available Tour Dates
AprilClick for itineraryChose any two consecutive days within these groupings: 21st to 24th / 25th to 26th / 26th to 27th / 28th to 30th
MayChose any two consecutive days within these groupings: 5th to 8th / 24th to 25th / 26th to 29th / 30th to 31st
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JulyChose any two consecutive days within these groupings: 1st to 3rd / 14th to 17th / 28th to 31st
AugustChose any two consecutive days within these groupings: 1st to 2nd / 2nd to 3rd / 4th to 7th / 8th to 9th / 9th to 10th / 11th to 14th / 15th to 16th / 16th to 17th / 18th 21st / 22nd to 23rd / 23rd to 24th
SeptemberSee itineraryNote: Sept dates are still pending - please check back in April AND May
Scot AnSgeulaiche, bringing Scottish History and story.
Samantha MacKenzie (tour owner), bringing her eye for a well-organised 'raid' (and your only guide wearing trousers).
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 usually 7 or 8 places we visit, chosen from the list below. Some sites have occasional temporary closures for special events. We sometimes squeeze in a "bonus stop".
Locations We Visit
2 Day Tour
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) ~ 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.
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 any Edinburgh sites we do tours by request, see FAQ page.
This tour is of TV film sites only. Several of the film locations are already
included within the eight day Jamie and Claire Tour, as well as the fabulous book locations.