Drumlanrig Castle – Season 2 – used as Bellhurst Manor where Bonnie Prince Charlie was filmed on his way north to Culloden
Dunure Harbour – Season 3 – used as Ayr Harbour as Claire and Jamie leave Scotland to pursue Young Ian.
Dunure Castle – Season 3 – featured as Silkie Island.
Dean Castle – Season 2 – used as Beaufort Castle where Claire and Jamie visit Lord Lovat to persuade him to send his men to aid Bonnie Prince Charlie.
Glasgow Cathedral – Season 2 – The crypt of this medieval cathedral doubles as L’Hopital des Anges, Paris – where Claire volunteers to work.
Glasgow University – Season 3 – Doubled as Harvard University where Frank taught.
Doune Castle – Season 1 – Castle Leoch, home to Colum MacKenzie and his clan. It also features in the 20th century when Claire and Frank visit the castle in ruins on a day trip.
Culross – Seasons 1 + 2 – Transformed into the fictional village of Cranesmuir where Geillis lives, we visit Culross Palace where Claire’s herb garden at Castle Leoch is located. This location also doubles as the Jacobite encampment and makeshift hospital in season 2.
Aberdour Castle – Season 1 – Doubles as the monastery where Claire and Murtagh take Jamie to recover from his ordeal at the prison.
Balgonie Castle – Season 1 – Features as Eldridge Manor, home of the MacRannoch’s, where Claire is taken after being rescued from the wolves.
Falkland – Seasons 1 + 2 – Substitutes for 1940’s and 1960’s Inverness. Mrs. Baird’s Guesthouse, the Bruce Fountain, where Jamie’s ghost appears. Farrell’s Harware and Furniture Store. Campbell’s Coffee Shop.
Tibbermore Church – Season 1 – Cranesmuir Church hosts the infamous witch trial for Claire and Geillis.
Drummond Castle Gardens – Outlander season 2 Gardens of Versailles.
Inverness – for a good night’s sleep.
The Field of Culloden – Season 3 – Where the Battle of Culloden was the final confrontation of the Jacobite Rising of 1745. We visit the battlefield and photograph the Clan Fraser marker stone. This can be a very emotional experience for many visitors.
Highland Folk Museum – Season 1 – Where Dougal collects the rent and period scenes.
Glencoe – Season 1 – Opening credits. The scenery is among the finest in all of Scotland.
Edinburgh – and we sadly say our goodbyes.
1 person – Pick-up and drop-off, single room for five nights (including full Scottish breakfast at both hotels), entry to all locations, afternoon tea at the Signet Library = £3,000.
2 people – Pick-up and drop-off, twin or double room for five nights (including full Scottish breakfast at both hotels), entry to all locations, afternoon tea at the Signet Library = £4,500 for both or £2,250 each.
3 people – Pick-up and drop-off, twin or double room and a single room for five nights (including full Scottish breakfast at both hotels), entry to all locations, afternoon tea at the Signet Library = £5,320 for all three or £1,773 each.