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From Edinburgh: Outlander, Palaces and Jacobites Tour231 Reviews
Spend the day exploring the sets of the TV series "Outlander" on a full-day tour from Edinburgh. See the former residence of the Scottish monarchs at Linlithgow Palace, the 15th-century fortress of Blackness Castle and explore the Royal Burgh of Culross.
- See the real life sets from the TV series 'Outlander'
- Visit Linlithgow Palace in the Royal Burgh of Linlithgow
- Tour Doune Castle, home of the Clan MacKenzie
- Explore the tiny village of Culross
DescriptionDepart Edinburgh and journey northwest to Midhope Castle (April 1 to September 24), site of Lallybroch Castle in the time travel TV series 'Outlander.' Head to the 15th-century fortress, Blackness Castle, which was used as the headquarters of Black Jack Randall in 'Outlander.' Home to the Crichton family, its mighty fortifications on the shores of the Firth of Forth make it look like a 'ship that never sailed.' Explore its magnificent walls and enjoy breathtaking views. Next, stop in the Royal Burgh of Linlithgow and visit Linlithgow Palace (Wentworth Prison in 'Outlander'), originally a royal retreat between Edinburgh and Stirling Castle. Continue to the 14th-century country pile of Callandar House, where ties to Rome's northern frontier in Europe at the Antonine Wall have been traced. Following in the footsteps of Claire and Jamie, this Outlander tour continues to Doune Castle, the home of Outlanders' Clan MacKenzie. The tour stops here to explore the castle and pause for some photos in the atmospheric surroundings before going to Blackness Castle. Move on to the Royal Burgh of Culross to discover a tiny village nestled on the coast of Fife. Arguably the best example of a 17th-century Scottish village, the gardens at Culross were featured in 'Outlander' as Claire's herb garden, as was the mercat cross (market cross) from Cranesmuir Village. Saunter along the cobblestone streets and see the quaint Biscuit Café before stopping for photos at Tuilyies Standing Stones (time permitting). Next, go to the grand stately home of Hopetoun House, surrounded by a deer park and nature trails. The beautiful 17th-century building was the setting for the home of the Duke of Sandringham in 'Outlander' and you can choose to tour the house or explore its grounds before heading back to Edinburgh.
IncludesKnowledgeable driver/guide Transportation by luxury, modern air-conditioned coach Entrance to attractions Food and drinks
- Children under 5 years old are not permitted on this tour
- Tour runs with a summer and winter itinerary. Hopetoun House and Midhope Castle only available April-September departures. Doune Castle available October-March departures.
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