Private Outlander Tours:


Love all things Outlander? Follow in the footsteps of Jamie and Claire and book a bespoke, private Outlander tour that is tailored to you. Avoid the crowds and take a day trip with a difference to the locations of all your favourite moments from the show.















As fans of Outlander, we have visited every filming location in Scotland. We take you to all the places that are a must for any fan – and many more that other tours don’t even know about. Tell us your favourite scenes from the series and we’ll create a tour that takes you there. Visit as many or as few sites as you want to.


For example, our bumper one-date tour can take you to an incredible 30 locations in just one day.


Our tailored Outlander tours:

  • Take you to the places you want to see

  • Are in luxury vehicles for your exclusive use

  • Let you view relevant scenes on an iPad so you know where you are in relation to the show

  • Include photos of you taken in the same location as your favourite scenes posted on Google Photos to enjoy and share

  • Include pick up and drop off at your accommodation in Edinburgh, Glasgow or Stirling

  • Include a printed copy of your itinerary to keep plus maps of all filming locations











Culross                                                              Linlithgow Palace                                          Falkland


Your guide and driver, Rodney Johnston, was an extra in the programme and has insider knowledge of the show. He’ll take you to key locations, including:


  • Loch Rannoch in Perth and Kinross where the stone circle scenes are filmed.


  • Culross, the beautiful 16th Century town where time stands still. The location for the fictional village of Cranesmuir, you’ll find Claire’s herb garden here as well as many buildings that star in the show.


  • The quaint village of Falkland, which doubles as Inverness in 1946, includes locations for Mrs Baird’s Bed and Breakfast, Dalneigh Parish Church, and Campbell's Café amongst others.


  • Doune Castle, the location for Castle Leoch, home to the fictional Colum MacKenzie and the MacKenzie clan. See the famous backdrop where Claire mysteriously disappears through the standing stones.  


  • Linlithgow Palace, the real birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots and location of prison scenes from the show.


  • Blackness Castle, an imposing 15th Century fortress which doubles as the setting for the Fort William headquarters of Black Jack Randall and the heart-wrenching scene of Jamie’s incarceration.


  • Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway, which was transformed into the 1940s London train station where Claire and Frank say their goodbyes.























































































































Rodney as an extra (dock worker) in the finale to Series 3 final days filming on 30 January 2017 on a cold but dry day in the village of Dunure, Ayrshire. Sam and Claire were both there as were dozens of Outlander fans Series 3 Episode 9 'The Doldrums'.

      Full day tours, two and three day tours are available.                    Prices from £50 per person per day.

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