Tours from Home: Outlander - Behind the Film Locations with Mary’s Meanders

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Why take this online tour?

Pack up your essentials, grab your gemstones and get ready to travel through the legendary stones at Craigh Na Dun to 18th century Scotland - as we take you to the most famous film locations and stunning landscapes that inspired the hit TV show, Outlander. We can’t guarantee that you’ll bump into your one true love, but you’re sure to be transported into real-life 18th century Scotland, as we delve into the history behind some of the most famous buildings featured in Outlander, and the historic attractions which played a key role in Scottish history.

Highlights

  • Created with Sketch.Learn the history behind the locations that witnessed Jamie and Clare’s adventures.
  • Created with Sketch.Get your fill of Scottish culture, as you wander through castles, palaces and historic buildings, learning their role throughout the years and about the people who resided there.
  • Created with Sketch.Connect to this live online experience from the comfort of your home.
  • Created with Sketch.Receive a $25 voucher with every online tour you take for future tours around the world.

Travel back in time to 18th century Scotland

Join Mary’s Meanders live from Scotland for a guided tour around the iconic filming sites from the Starz hit TV series Outlander. Based on the best-selling book series from Diana Gabaldon. Anne and Emma have had the honour of hosting Diana on one of their tours as part of an event arranged by Visit Scotland.

From the comfort of your own home, through video and photography you will journey throughout Scotland following Claire and Jamie’s adventures. Along the way you will visit castles, palaces, prisons and forts – this is a wonderful way to indulge your love of all things Scottish. Some of the key locations we visit include; Linlithgow Palace (Wentworth Prison), Doune Castle (Castle Leoch...

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Join Mary’s Meanders live from Scotland for a guided tour around the iconic filming sites from the Starz hit TV series Outlander. Based on the best-selling book series from Diana Gabaldon. Anne and Emma have had the honour of hosting Diana on one of their tours as part of an event arranged by Visit Scotland.

From the comfort of your own home, through video and photography you will journey throughout Scotland following Claire and Jamie’s adventures. Along the way you will visit castles, palaces, prisons and forts – this is a wonderful way to indulge your love of all things Scottish. Some of the key locations we visit include; Linlithgow Palace (Wentworth Prison), Doune Castle (Castle Leoch), Blackness Castle (Fort William) and of course, Midhope Castle, known fictionally as Lallybroch.

Hear stories about filming alongside the true history of the magnificent properties that were used in the tv series and the real people who lived and fought there.

To prepare for the tour, it’s very simple – grab some tartan and pour yourself a wee dram!

All times specified are in Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)

Linlithgow Palace (Wentworth Prison)
Midhope Castle (Lallybroch)
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Our Outlander guide was great! This was my first film-themed tour before. I really appreciate that the experience was a mix of focus on the show, Scotland in general and the impact of the show on the local communities. And now I know about some new spots I definitely want to visit for a future trip to Scotland! Recommend!

This was such an enjoyable tour! I had a trip planned for Scotland and was hoping to see Outlander sites - this helped me to feel like I have been able to take that trip. Anne was so knowledgeable about Outlander, Scotland, and how it all tied together. I loved hearing her stories about the film set visits and Diana Gabaldon’s take on being there. Thank you!