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Fictional Castle - Lallybroch
Midhope Castle

Outlander Two Day Tour

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January — December

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The ultimate Outlander Tour. Don't just see the destinations that were the inspiration for filming but live them! These historical destinations look far better in person than they do on the TV screen. Spending an overnight in Inverness.

Day 01 - Glasgow/Edinburgh to Inverness

Hopetoun House

This grand house was a filming location for multiple scenes in Outlander, including being the setting of the Duke of Sandringham’s home.

Midhope Castle

Known in the series as Lallybroch and Jamie’s family home, and is a lovely 15th century castle.

Blackness Castle

Another 15th century castle used in the filming of Outlander to represent Fort William and where Jamie received lashes from Captain Randall. This domineering fortress is known as “the ship that never sailed” given its resemblance to a great stone ship.

Linlithgow Palace

Infamously known in the series as Wentworth Prison, this palace dates back to the 12th century and was actually the birthplace of many Scots Royals, including Mary Queen of Scots.

Stirling Castle

Although not a filming location in Outlander, this is a must see location steeped in Scottish History.

Doune Castle

Fictionally known as Castle Leoch and the home of Colum MacKenzie.

Pitlochry

A scenic location to stop off for lunch and a wander around.

Culloden

The real battlefield of Culloden which inspired the scenes for the series.

Clava Cairns

The author’s inspiration for the famous stone circle, this is a well preserved, bronze age burial cemetery.

Inverness

Stay the night in the capital to the Highlands.


Day 02 - Inverness to Glasgow/Edinburgh

Loch Ness

This tranquil location has many connections to Outlander. Make sure to be on the lookout for monsters lurking in the water whilst you visit!

Drumnadrochit

Where Roger, Claire and Brianna have a day trip in the series.

Urquhart Castle

The location where Claire spots the “waterhorse”. This is one of Scotland’s most famous and perfectly located castles.

Fort Augustus

This beautiful location lets you imagine what it was like for Jamie and Claire in those days.

Fort Wiliam

The real life setting which inspired the series.

Glencoe

This dramatic and awe-inspiring landscape features in the opening credits of Outlander.

Loch Lomond

On your journey home, you will pass through this romantic landscape.

The Kelpies

Whilst not featured in the Outlander series, this is a great place to end your journey before heading back to Edinburgh/ Glasgow. Best seen in the evening when the equine structure glow with colourful light.


Please note - accommodation is not included in the price, however, we can book suitable accommodation for you. Please contact us to discuss further.

Contact details

Lindsay's Highland Tours
Lindsay's Highland Tours
Glasgow
United Kingdom
G73 4HP

Key facilities

WiFi Wifi
Starting
Edinburgh Glasgow
Length
2
Days
Transport
Minibus
Type
Bespoke Private Small Group (1-16)
Languages
English
Themes
Adventure Castles Film and TV History Landscapes

Tour prices

From

  • £144 Per Adult
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Prices are subject to change depending on season

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Tour company information

Lindsay's Highland Tours

Lindsay's Highland Tours are a family run business which provide luxury, private tours for groups of 1-8 people around the Scottish Highland's and Islands. All of our tours can be amended to provide a unique, personalised experience for visitor's journeys, making sure they see as much as possible of the Scotland they wish to see on their tour. We offer sample itineraries to book as well as providing a tailored service. All of our tours include a luxury minivan, chauffeur and tour guide for 12 hours per day, complimentary water, fruit and snacks and free wifi.

Opening times

9:00am - 17:00pm Monday - Friday for enquiries

8:00am - 20:00pm every day for tours.

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