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Outlander Day Tour from Glasgow or Edinburgh

Highlights
  • Travel easily to Outlander filming locations
  • Hear insight about each sight from your guide
  • Live like a local by sampling some fine Scottish whisky
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Outlander Day Tour from Glasgow or Edinburgh
From US$98.05
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Edinburgh Pick UpMost Popular
We pick up in both Glasgow and Dalmeny Station (a short 15 minute train ride from Edinburgh). The pick up and drop offs are staggered and are nearby the main attractions so not much of a disruption.
From US$124.19
Glasgow Pick Up
We pick up in both Glasgow and Dalmeny Station (a short 15 minute train ride from Edinburgh). The pick up and drop offs are staggered and are nearby the main attractions so not much of a disruption.
From US$98.05
Overview
Getting to Outlander's filming locations on your own can be tricky. On this tour, forget about tackling public transportation or the hassle and expense of renting a car (and driving on the left). With a guide—and perhaps an extra from the show—see key locations like Castle Leoch and Lallybroch come to life. Enjoy seamless travel between each location and a choice of either Glasgow or Edinburgh pickup and drop-off.
What to Expect

After pickup in Glasgow or just outside Edinburgh (depending which option you select), your first stop is Doune Castle, the filming location for Castle Leoch (and also a star of Game of Thrones). Next, travel to Falkland, a small Fife town that stood in for Inverness, and then to Midhope Castle, which doubled as Lallybroch. If Midhope is closed for entry, you’ll instead visit Hopetoun House, the home of the show’s Duke of Sandringham.

Along the way, see the magnificent Scottish landscape and learn about the nation's history and culture. Learn some Gaelic sayings from your guide, and enjoy "a wee dram" of Scotch whisky. With luck, an extra from the show will join to provide insider secrets about the show.

Your final stop is Blackness Castle, the filming site for Fort William and some Wentworth scenes. The tour concludes back at your original departure point.

Reviews (44)
1 - 5 of 14 reviews
Reviewed 8 September 2018
Outlander Filming Highlight Tour

If you are a fan of the books, you will like the tour. If you are a fan of the show...you will love the tour. We came from Edinburgh via a short train ride from Waverly Station to Dalmeny Station (15 minute ride/9 pounds for...More

3  Thank Pep D
Reviewed 31 August 2018
Excellent Day Trip.

This was a great day trip, very informative from not only the 'Outlander' perspective but also with historical information and significance. Our guide, Ross, was quite entertaining, engaging, and knowledgeable. It was a long day, but it was well worth the money, and experience. I...More

2  Thank Jeff S
Reviewed 2 August 2018
An amazing tour whether you're an Outlander fan or not!

As an Outlander fan, I recently took my 11 year old son to Scotland where we went on the Outlander tour with Neil as our guide. What an amazing day. Yes, the venue's we visited are all locations in the filming of Outlander BUT they...More

4  Thank Justine W
Reviewed 18 July 2018
Our Outlander tour by Slainte was Amazing!

Our Outlander tour by Slainte was Amazing! Jamie was our personal guide. He knew a lot about the movie and the Outlander show but he also knew much about the culture and history of Scotland. They are very accommodating and go out of there way...More

Thank Christina J
Reviewed 4 July 2018 via mobile
Much more than I'd expected

Our Outlander tour by Slainte was excellent... Beautiful weather, 2 bands and 2 guides fot 9 people so we split 5 in ours with Neil, 4 with Catriona, the person who created the Outlander tours and has been an extra on the movie sets. We...More

2  Thank Marilyn B
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lwolfe1036
15 July 2018|
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Response from Elyse R | Reviewed this property |
I started the tour from Glasgow, and from memory we started at 10am and I got back to Glasgow at 7pm.
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lwolfe1036
15 July 2018|
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About 8 hours
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Marilyn B
2 July 2018|
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Response from dafydd1562 | Reviewed this property |
Around 6.30pm and it was a fantastic tour
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