Outlander: Drummond Gardens / Versailles
Outlander: Tullibardine Chapel
Outlander: Preston Mill Pond

Outlander 3-Day Tour

Travel through time on the Outlander 3-Day Tour. Discover all of the iconic filming locations on this comprehensive trip through Scotland.

Since its arrival on our screens in 2014, the popularity of Outlander has continued to grow. Gaining a worldwide fanbase, this beloved TV series has helped to project the beauty of Scotland around the globe. As a result, fans travel from far and wide to relive the adventures of their favourite characters. Now you too can discover the scenery and settings of this on-screen epic.

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The 3 Day Outlander Tour offers an experience like no other.

Over the course of this tour, you will get the chance to visit many of the major Scottish filming locations that appear throughout the TV series. From elaborate palaces to historic battlegrounds, the 3 Day Outlander Tour guides you through Scottish history, both factual and fictional.

Day 1 of the tour takes in many of the most iconic castles and fortresses from the TV series.

The first stop of the day brings you to Doune Castle. This 15th-century structure features as Castle Leoch, home of Clan MacKenzie. From there you will visit Blackness Castle, Outlander’s Fort William, before seeing Midhope Castle. This solitary tower house plays the part of Lallybroch, Jamie Fraser’s home.

Outlander Visitors
Outlander Visitor

The next stop, Hopetoun House, has the honour of featuring as two different locations throughout the TV series. The building’s exterior represents the home of the Duke of Sandringham. While some of the interiors were used for scenes set in Paris.

Finishing off the day are stops at Culross, home of the fictional village Cranesmuir, and Linlithgow Palace. A building of great historical significance, it appears as Wentworth Prison on screen.

Day 2 begins with a stroll through Drummond Castle Gardens.

These verdant grounds were a stand-in for the gardens surrounding the Palace of Versailles. Later, you will stop at Tibbermore Church, the site of the witch trials, and Tullibardine Chapel, where Rupert loses his eye.

This day ends exploring locations that the Outlander production crew have made to look like other parts of the world. The first is Falkland village, which features as Inverness city. The last stop of the day is Dysart, a town that represents Le Havre in Normandy.

The final day of the tour starts with a visit to Craigmillar Castle.

The building featured as the fictional Ardsmuir Prison, where Jamie Fraser and Duncan Innes were inmates. Another location you’ll visit on this day will be Glencorse Old Kirk. Eagle-eyed viewers will recognise this as the church where Jamie and Clare get married.

From one of the TV series’ most romantic scenes, you will visit one of its most brutal. Travelling from Glencorse you will arrive at Prestonpans. This is the location of a critical battle from Season 2. Then, capping off a jam-packed journey, the 3 Day Outlander Tour has a final stop at Preston Mill. Featuring as Lallybroch Mill, it is one of the oldest working mills in Scotland.

Please note

Each day on the 3-day tour lasts around 8 hours.
The entrance fees listed below are for guidance only and can change at any time.
Itineraries may also change at short notice due to local events.
Times are dependent on local traffic conditions.
Many of the locations on this tour have uneven terrain or cobblestones and are not suitable for those with mobility restrictions.

Buying a Historic Scotland Explorer Pass (adult: £35 – £45) gives you free admission to over 70 properties in Scotland, including Blackness Castle, Doune Castle, Linlithgow Palace and Craigmillar Castle.

Tour details

  • Meeting Point

    Linlithgow Train Station
    Station Road, Linlithgow EH49 7DH,
    20 min by train from Edinburgh,
    30 min by train from Glasgow

  • Tour departs

    Monday 13 May at 09:30hrs
    Monday 03 June at 09:30hrs
    Monday 01 July at 09:30hrs

  • Tour returns

    By 17:00hrs to Linlithgow Train Station
    Station Road, Linlithgow EH49 7DH

  • Duration (approx)

  • Live guide speaks

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  • Tour Type

  • Max group size

    14 Persons

  • Tour Operator

  • Exclusions

    Entry Fees
    Food & Drink

  • Extras

    Entry to Blackness Castle (adult): £6.00 pp
    Entry to Doune Castle (adult): £9.00 pp
    Entry to Linlithgow Palace (adult): £9.00 pp
    Entry to Craigmillar Castle (adult): £6.00 pp
    Entry to Culross Palace (adult): £10.50 pp
    Entry to Preston Mill (adult): £6.50 pp
    Entry to Drummond Gardens (adult): £6.00 pp
    Entry to Tibbermore Church (optional): £5 pp
    Entry to Hopetoun House (adult): £10.50 pp
    Entry to Midhope Castle: £3.50 pp

  • Things to bring

    Appropriate clothing
    Comfortable shoes
    Cash, credit card, or Historic Scotland Explorer Pass for entrance fees
    Your tour confirmation email

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Locations (16)

2. Doune Castle / Castle Leoch

Doune Castle / Castle Leoch - Outlander

Doune Castle was built in the 14th century to seat Scotland’s uncrowned King Regent Albany, and the medieval courtyards of the castle showcase the king’s rich tastes. The castle has one of Scotland’s best-preserved great halls and has a stunning 100ft gatehouse.

The striking Doune Castle is the filming location of the fictional Castle Leoch from the Outlander series, featuring in every episode of the show. In the 18th century episodes, Castle Leoch is the home of Calum Mackenzie and his clan. In the 20th century episodes, Claire and Frank pay a visit to Castle Leoch on a day trip, only to discover the castle is in ruins. The scene where Claire, Jamie and Dougal’s party approach the castle courtyard was also captured a Doune Castle.

Doune Castle was the filming location of Winterfell in the Game of Thrones TV series and was also featured in Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

3. Blackness Castle / Fort William

Blackness Castle / Fort William

Blackness Castle is a 15th century-old fortress built by the Crichton family. It has been used as a royal residence, a prison and a weapons store. Due to its unusual shape, it is often referred to as ‘the ship that never sailed’. Blackness Castle is the filming location known for representing the fictional Fort William in the Outlander TV series.

As depicted in the Outlander TV adaptation, Fort William is the stronghold where Jamie received lashes from Jack Randall. This is also where Jamie’s father passed away after watching his son facing punishment. During the mid-season finale of series one, Blackness Castle was used as the filming location where Claire was held captive by Black Jack before Jamie breaks into Fort William to rescue her.

Blackness Castle is also known as being a location where scenes from 1990’s Hamlet and 2019’s Mary Queen of Scots was filmed.

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