Cransemuir Village (Culross)
The fictional village of Cransemuir where several important events take place in the show, is in fact the village of Culross inf Fife. Seen as the finest example of what Scotland was like in the 17th century, you will have the opportunity to explore its cobbled streets and closes.
In addition, if we have time, we will make a photo stop at the Tuilyies Standing Stones which are reminiscent of the standing stones at Craigh na Dun, that transported Claire to the past. A great photo opportunity I’m sure you’ll agree.
As you can see, no (standing) stone has been left unturned in our effort to provide you with the most comprehensive Outlander experience that you can do in one day. Starting a new tour is always exciting for us and we can’t wait to get your reactions to the Outlander tour.
Other tours with filming locations
If this wasn't enough Outlander filming locations for you though, we do have another couple of tours that aren't Outlander based, but do include Outlander locations...
West Highland Lochs, Mountains and Castles Tour
Our West Highland Lochs, Mountains and Castles tour makes a stop at Doune Castle which will be immediately recognisable as Castle Leoch, the home to Colum Mackenzie and his clan. This isn’t a site that you want to miss if you are in love with all things Outlander!
From here you will be taken into the stunning Highlands where you will some of the beautiful scenery that Scotland has to offer, where the landscape hasn’t changed that much since the time that Outlander is set.
St Andrews & the Fishing Villages of Fife Tour
Our St Andrews & the Fishing Villages of Fife tour allows you to see the beautiful east coast of Scotland and the stunning town of St Andrews. There’s also a little something for you Outlander fans too...
We’ll also be making a short stop at Falkland village, where you can see the first sights from the series. Falkland village was used as a substitute for Inverness during the 1940’s and 1960’s. There will be plenty of photos opportunities here so you can capture the scenes that where the series started.
Other than being transported to the past yourself, we feel that this is the best Outlander experience that you will get during your time in Scotland!
Fort George, Culloden Battlefield and the Cairngorms National Park
Our brand new Fort George tour from Inverness takes you to an Outlander filming location as well. I'll not give away any spoilers, but Claire visits the site at the end of Season 2!