Coach or Driver Guide tour.
Group size: 1 – 53, depending on vehicle used.
Tickets required if visiting Falkland Palace, Culross Palace, Doune Castle.
Falkland Palace: Limited access.
Culross Palace: Not accessible to wheelchairs.
Doune Castle: Assisted access possible in some areas.
Have you become bewitched by the Outlander series?
Would you like to see where the series was filmed or has it inspired you to visit Scotland ? Don’t worry if you are not an Outlander fan, because these places are just as spectacular to those who have no knowledge of the series… beware though, it might get you hooked!!
In the heart of Glasgow city centre, stop and gaze at historic George Square which was turned into a 1940s set to film Frank’s spontaneous proposal to Claire. In the heart of this metropolis, you will feel transported back in time as the area boasts many ornate buildings with fine period detail. Not far away is a country park which doubled as the grounds surrounding the fictional Castle Leoch.
Continue on to the picturesque village known as ‘Cranesmuir’ to see a genuine Scottish town steeped in 18th Century style. Walk the cobbled streets and see where Gellis Duncan and her husband Arthur lived, the same house where both Claire and Gellis were arrested when they were accused of witchcraft. You can also find the gorgeous herb garden which Claire works in which is supposed to be near Castle Leoch. A truly hidden gem. Gaze onto the mercat cross,the scene of a young lad’s ear being nailed to a wooden beam for punishment, before Jamie rescues him.
Finally visit Castle Leoch itself, home to Colum MacKenzie and his clan in the 18th Century episodes. It also features in the 20th Century where Claire and Frank visit the castle ruins on a day trip.
This is just a taster of what could be incorporated into a day’s sightseeing. You could just as easily choose to see see the home of the Duke of Sandringham where Jamie fights a duel, Lallybroch, the garrison of ‘Fort William’, the railway station where Claire and Frank say their goodbyes or, if you are feeling brave, the prison where Jamie was incarcerated at the end of Series 1.
Whatever locations you choose, you will see Diana Gabaldon’s imagination was inspired by real places and heritage, captured in the sweeping scenery of Scotland.
How to Book a Guide for This Tour
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2. Contact our guide Booking Service using the enquiry form under the Find Your Guide search box. This puts you in direct contact with our staff – you tell us your requirements, and let us locate the right guide for your tour. A booking fee will apply – learn more about STGA booking fees.
Optional Venue Visits
|Doune Castle – Ticket Type:||Price|
|Adult (age 16-59)||£5.50|
|Concession (age 60+)||£4.40|
|Child (age 5-15)||£3.30|
|Child Under 5||Free|
Guide Rates for This Tour
Average rates charged by our guides for this tour are available below. The exact rate will be confirmed with you before payment. Learn more about STGA guiding rates.
|Guide Service||Average Rates|
|English Full Day||£185 – £230|
|Language Full Day||£235 – £280|
|Driver Guide (up to 8 passengers)||£420 – £460|
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