Movie & TV Location Tours

Outlander tours

Leaving Edinburgh in the morning, we will travel to Stirling. Here you’ll find the location for Castle Leoch, the home of Colum MacKenzie and his family. In real life, this building is known as Doune Castle.

From Stirling you will travel to the Lothians, to see Blackness Castle, known to Outlander fans as Fort William. This is the fictional headquarters of Black Jack Randall, and where Jamie Fraser is flogged. The real-life garrison fort is known as ‘the ship that never sailed’ due to its maritime inspired architecture. From its walls you can enjoy breathtaking views of Firth of Forth.

Travelling through time and space, you will then be brought from 18th-century Scotland to 20th-century England. The Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway Station outside of Edinburgh was used as a stand-in for a station set in London. The scene filmed here sees Claire and Frank Randall say their goodbyes before she heads off for war.

Next on the Outlander Tour is Hopetoun House. This is another filming location that has featured as a setting outside of Scotland. The exterior of the house will be familiar as the residence of the Duke of Sandringham. But, some of the interior was also used to shoot scenes set in Paris.

The final stop on this tour is the coastal town of Culross. For the TV show, the area was transformed into Cranesmuir, and features in a number of Outlander scenes. Journeying through the town you will definitely spot some familiar buildings and backdrops. You’ll also see the herb garden where Claire worked.

Still game tour

Follow in the footsteps of scotlands favourite pensioners as we take a wee wander through the streets of Craiglang.

on this tour we will pay a visit to the townhead shops and the setting for Harrid's Convenience Store aka Navid's shop. 

Then we'll swing by the Rendevous cafe for a roll and sausage, and maybe pop into the bookies to put a line on.