When you say Outlander, only one thing springs to mind. Glasgow, Scotland. If you’ve been swept away in Claire and Jamie's world, why not experience the country that inspired writer Diana Gabaldon and the TV series producers.
Scotland is the true home of Outlander and Glasgow Airport is the gateway to Scotland.
From ancient and mysterious standing stones to dramatic castles, magnificent stately homes and breathtaking landscapes, plan your inspiring journey to Glasgow.
The fictional setting for Jack Randall's headquarters is a foreboding 15th-century castle overlooking the Firth of Forth.Book an Outlander inspired tour
More commonly known as Doune Castle in Perthshire, this beautiful medieval building is the fictional home to Jamie's uncle Colum Mackenzie and the Mackenzie clan.Book an Outlander inspired tour
Craigh na Dun
Rannoch Moor again in Perthshire is the scene where Claire travels through time in the fictional Craigh na Dun. Although the stones where brought in for the filming the scenery is still beautifulBook an Outlander inspired tour
Cullross or as fans might know is Cranesmuir is a unique example of what a Scottish village would look like in the 17th and 18th Century. This location doubles as the village where Geillis lives.Book an Outlander inspired tour
The location where Frank proposes to Claire is also the heart of the largest city in Scotland. A must visit is the city chambers in George Square, Glasgow which has more marble in it than the Vatican.Book Outlander inspired tour
Jamie's fictional home in the series is a real-life 16th-century tower house, Midhope House. Part-ruined it's best admired from a distance!Book an Outlander inspired tour