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Outlander Adventure from Glasgow


    Tour Operator: Rabbie's Scotland     11 hours     Travel method: Mini Bus / Car     Region: Glasgow

Visit three castles and a well-preserved village on this adventure through the sights and stories of Outlander.

Itinerary for 1st October 2019 - 31st March 2020



You leave Glasgow and begin following the trail of the best-known film locations featured in the Outlander TV Series.

You journey past Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument to Doune Castle, or as it’s called in Outlander, Castle Leoch. This formidable building gives you an insight into the living conditions of a Scottish earl in the 14th century. You can also listen to an excellent audio guide about how this castle was used as a filming location for Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

Next, you travel to Linlithgow Palace. Here, grab a quick snack and visit the ruins of Mary Queen of Scots’ birthplace and ponder over the scenes from the infamous Wentworth Prison.

You then travel the short distance to Blackness Castle. It’s an impressive castle that’s known as the ‘ship that never sailed’ because it resembles a giant stone boat. You have time to walk along the ramparts and explore the fictional headquarters of Jack Randall.

Midhope Castle8 is your next highlight. Unfortunately, visitors are unable to go inside the castle, but Jamie’s lovely Lallybroch home is still an essential photo opportunity for any fan of the show.

The last stop of the day is the charming village of Culross. In Outlander, Culross posed as the fictional village of Cranesmuir and the home of Geillis Duncan and her ill-fated husband, Arthur. Exploring the town’s cobbled streets is like taking a step back in time. Look carefully and you may even find Claire’s herb garden behind the impressive, historic Culross Palace.

From here, it’s a short drive back to Glasgow.


*Please note that Midhope Castle is closed on the below dates and no visit or photo stop will be possible:

5th November 2019, 13th November 2019, 19th November 2019, 30th November 2019, 3rd December 2019, 14th December 2019,

Midhope Castle closes for the season on 21st December 2019 therefore this tour will not visit Midhope Castle until it reopens in April 2020 (exact date TBC). During this winter closure, you will spend more time enjoying the other locations on this tour.

Itinerary for 1st April 2020 - 31st March 2021



You leave Glasgow and begin following the trail of the best-known film locations featured in the Outlander TV Series.

You journey past Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument to Doune Castle, or as it’s called in Outlander, Castle Leoch. This formidable building gives you an insight into the living conditions of a Scottish earl in the 14th century. You can also listen to an excellent audio guide about how this castle was used as a filming location for Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

Heading north, your next stop is the small town of Falkland* to relive the first scenes of the show, where Falkland substitutes 1940’s Inverness. See if you can recognise the familiar sights such as Mrs. Baird’s Guesthouses and the Bruce Fountain.

Next is the charming village of Culross. In Outlander, Culross posed as the fictional village of Cranesmuir and the home of Geillis Duncan and her ill-fated husband, Arthur. Exploring the town’s cobbled streets is like taking a step back in time. Look carefully and you may even find Claire’s herb garden behind the impressive, historic Culross Palace.

Midhope Castle is your next highlight. Unfortunately, visitors are unable to go inside the castle, but Jamie’s lovely Lallybroch home is still an essential photo opportunity for any fan of the show.

You then travel the short distance to Blackness Castle. It’s an impressive castle that’s known as the ‘ship that never sailed’ because it resembles a giant stone boat. You have time to walk along the ramparts and explore the fictional headquarters of Jack Randall.

Your final stop of the day is Linlithgow Palace. Here you've got enough time to take a photo of the ruins of Mary Queen of Scots’ birthplace and ponder over the scenes from the infamous Wentworth Prison.

From here, it’s a short drive back to Glasgow.



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What is included

Transport on a 16 seat Mercedes mini-coach
Air conditioning as standard
The stories and services of an English-speaking driver-guide

Important information

Pack your waterproof clothing and walking shoes





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