Loose yourself in a Scottish adventure with our
Outlander 'Claire' Tour
The Outlander TV series done Scotland proud when choosing locations to film at, a huge amount of filming took place in real historical locations around Scotland, mostly in the central belt. During our 'Claire' tour we venture into the Kingdom of Fife to transport you back in time, walking in the footsteps of Claire Randall Fraser, while soaking up the History and culture of Scotland
The Standard Outlander 'Jamie' Tour Includes...
Tuilyies Standing Stones
The Black Church (West Kirk)
Cranesmuir (Town of Culross)
Abbey Ste Anne (Aberdour Castle)
1940's Inverness (Falkland)
Port of Le Harve (Dysart Harbour)
What is included in the tour.
Pick up & drop off at your accommodation
Private transport & guiding for up to 8 guests
Entrance into attractions (optional)
All travel costs
Dedicated private tour guide
Snacks and a taste of Sassenach Whisky
Guiding included within attractions
Not included in the tour.
Admission charges into attractions
Private Outlander 'Claire' Tour = £595*
These prices are per group (of up to 8), not per person.
*Price quoted excludes visitor attractions. Please contact us with your group size for a fully inclusive quotation.
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More Outlander options available when designing a bespoke tour.
The Witness Trees in the TV series Outlander are two large beech trees that mark the boundaries of Fraser's Ridge. Jamie Fraser carves the initials "F.R." into the trunk of one of the trees, signifying that the land belongs to the Fraser family. The Witness Trees are a symbol of Jamie and Claire's new home and their hopes for the future.
Preston Mill which was used in the Outlander series as the location where Jamie Fraser fixed the mill wheel. This can be added to your tour from Edinburgh.
Drummond castle's magnificent gardens were chosen to represent Versailles. The gardens can be visited and are located not far from Crieff.
The witch trial in Outlander took place in Tibbermore church and everything looks just as it was in the series. The church is no longer in use but is preserved by a trust and open to visit during a tour.
Known as the Devils Pulpit, this gorge was chosen to film where Claire was quizzed by Dougal. The waters of life are not easy to get to but the journey is worthwhile.
The Train station which was used when Claire went off to war is in Bo'ness and has many steam trains still in use by enthusiasts.
Jamie & Claire's wedding scenes took place at Glencorse Old Kirk, a visit here will also give you some insight into the production problems.
Filmed at the ruined Dunmore House, this location involves a little adventure, but one we are always ready to take.
Craigmiller Castle was used in the series as Ardsmuir Prison and is located in Edinburgh, we can add this to any tour running from Edinburgh.