Walk in Jamie's footsteps with our
Outlander 'Jamie' Tour
A must for any Outlander fan, come with us as we visit some of the most important filming locations for this phenomenal series. We will point out features which you may miss if you were here on your own, and we will also share with you some of the real life stories that took place in these locations, often fact is stranger than fiction.
The Standard Outlander 'Jamie' Tour Includes...
What is included in the tour.
Pick up & drop off at your accommodation
Private transport & guiding for up to 8 guests
Entrance Fees 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.
Private Outlander 'Jamie' 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.
Preston Mill which was used in the Outlander series as the location where Jamie Fraser wile fixing the mill wheel had to hide underwater from redcoat soldiers. A room in the mill house was also used for the scene where Claire and Geillis Duncan are accused of witchcraft. This can be added to your Outlander tour from Edinburgh.
Craigmiller Castle was used in the series as Ardsmuir Prison where Jamie was imprisoned. Craigmiller is located in the suburbs of Edinburgh & we can add this to any Outlander tour running from Edinburgh.
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. A visit to Bo'ness is easily arranged & there may also be an opportunity to ride the train as part of an Outlander Tour.
Deanston Distillery in Scotland was used to portray Uncle Jared's warehouse in the TV series Outlander, where Jamie Fraser works as a wine merchant in season 2. The distillery's Victorian architecture and machinery provided a convincing backdrop for the show's 18th-century setting. Why not add a bit of a Whisky Tour to your Outlander adventure.
Jamie & Claire's wedding scenes took place at Glencorse Old Kirk, a visit here will also give you some insight into the production problems. A visit to Glencorse Kirk has to be pre-booked, but can be added to your Outlander tour by request.
Filmed at the ruined Dunmore House, this location involves a little adventure, but one we are always ready to take. Join us on this Outlander Adventure.
The Black church was in fact West Kirk near Culross, located in a remote location this is a chance to view some ancient Scottish graves and hear some local tales. Our very own 'Peter' used to play here as a child, so can let you know about some of the treasures around these parts.
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 our Outlander tours.