Le train à vapeur « Jacobite », Mallaig

© VisitScotland / Ian Rutherford

Scottish Film & TV locations itinerary

More than just a backdrop, Scotland has added its own particular ambience to a wide variety of films, from the Da Vinci Code's mysterious Rosslyn Chapel to the breathtaking Highland scenery found in BraveheartHarry Potter and Skyfall.

Follow this itinerary to see these very locations for yourself, and find out why the sheer dramatic impact of these landscapes lures filmmakers back to Scotland again and again.

  • Jours
  • Distance
    411.5 Miles

    658.4 km
  • Moyen de transport
  • Thème principal
    Cinéma et télévision
Lieux d’intérêt
Film locations
Régions couvertes

Jour 1 Machars Penninsula, Port Logan & Stranraer

Moyen de transport:

Your first day begins in Dumfries & Galloway for a whole range of settings associated with the cult film The Wicker Man.

  • St Ninian's Cave

    The fearsome wicker figure burned in the sacrifice scene at the end of The Wicker Man which was set up at Burrows Head in the Machars. Explore the otherworldly St Ninian's Cave nearby, where Sergeant Howie (Edward Woodward) tracks Rowan.

  • Logan Botanic Garden Portpatrick

    Logan Botanic Garden

    Head to the gorgeous Logan Botanic Garden and admire the impressive tropical plants which thrive in the warm atmosphere created by the Gulf Stream. 

    Plus d’infos sur : Logan Botanic Garden
    Look familiar?

    The beautiful garden filled in as Lord Summerisle's lush garden in The Wicker Man movie.

    Logan Botanic Garden, Portpatrick, DG9 9ND
    • Parking
    • Parking accessible ou point de débarquement
    • Toilettes accessibles
    • Cafétéria ou restaurant
  • Castle Kennedy

    The beautiful gardens which surround this impressive ruined Castle Kennedy are the perfect place for a walk in the countryside or you could stop for a tasty snack in the tearoom.

    Did you know?

    Castle Kennedy featured in the stone circle and May Day procession scenes in The Wicker Man.

Jour 2 Maybole and Glasgow

Moyen de transport:

The second day of your itinerary begins at your final film location from The Wicker Man, Culzean Castle, before you travel north to explore the bustling city of Glasgow, where you can see settings from World War ZThe Angel's Share and Cloud Atlas.

  • Culzean Castle Maybole

    Le château de Culzean et son parc, Maybole

    © Barry Dawson / Ayrshire & Arran Tourism Group

    Travel to Maybole to Culzean Castle which was designed by Robert Adam, one of Scotland's most renowned architects. Perched on the side of a dramatic cliff, it's packed with treasures for you to discover as well as peaceful walks in the stunning grounds.

    Plus d’infos sur : Culzean Castle
    Did you know?

    You'll recognise the exterior of Culzean Castle as the grand mansion of Lord Summerisle (Christopher Lee) from The Wicker Man.

    Maybole, Maybole, KA19 8LE
    • Parking
    • Animaux de compagnie bienvenus
    • Parking accessible ou point de débarquement
    • Boucle magnétique
    • Cafétéria ou restaurant
  • Glasgow Glasgow

    Les « cloîtres » de l’université de Glasgow

    © VisitScotland / Kenny Lam

    Spend the rest of your day exploring Glasgow, where in 2011 the city centre was transformed into the streets of Philadelphia for the zombie apocalypse movie World War Z, starring Brad Pitt. The city's renowned architecture has also been the backdrop for the critically acclaimed The Angel's ShareCloud Atlas and The Batman, starring Robert Pattinson and Zoe Kravitz. 

    Plus d’infos sur : Glasgow
    Temps d’exploration
    3 heures

Jour 3 Roslin and Edinburgh

Jour 4 St Andrews and Ballater

Jour 5 Stonehaven, Pennan and Inverness

Jour 6 Fort William and Glenfinnan

Jour 7 Glencoe, Killin & Doune

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