Outlander Explorer Day Tour

Imagine walking in the footsteps of Jamie and Claire from the hit series Outlander, with a local Scottish Guide regaling all the gruesome history and stories that made this an epic hit.

Departing Edinburgh we take you on a journey to some of the most famous scenes from the hit series such as Doune Castle, seat of Clan MacKenzie and the beautiful Fife village of Aberdour .  Our Guides will give you an insight into the history and stories of each location, making this the perfect trip for those looking for a quick Outlander fix.

Duration: 1 Days Guaranteed Departure: Yes
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Your Guide: English speaking Tour code: 167767
Starts: Edinburgh, Scotland Finishes: Edinburgh, Scotland
You will visit
  • Edinburgh



Outlander Explorer Day Tour

We leave the capital behind and drive west with views of Linlithgow Palace before stopping at Doune Castle (aka Castle Leoch) known as one of Scotland’s best preserved Medieval Castles. You’ll have time to explore this historic Castle which also featured in Winterfell Game of Thrones and Monty Pythons Holy Grail.

Our journey takes us on to the Kingdom of Fife, an area of great historical importance.  We make a stop in Culross, where Claire was accused of witchcraft in the village of ‘Cranesmuir’ and the most complete example in Scotland today of a 17th & 18th century burgh.

Our lunch stop will be in the village of Falkland, used for filming 1940’s Inverness.  With over 28 listed buildings it gives a good representation of this period.   After lunch we will have time to take in another of the iconic Outlander sites, Aberdour before heading back to Bonnie Edinburgh.

    • Local Scottish Guide
    • Souvenir map
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Tour Highlights:
  • Doune Castle aka Castle Leoch
  • Culross aka Cranesmuir
  • Falkland, setting for 1940s Inverness
  • Aberdour the monastery