Outlander Scotland a time travel epic, takes you back in time with Claire Randall the main character and guides you to places that have been used in the series. I have plotted the locations that have been used in the series on the map below and also given the Jacobite uprising info from 1745. The story of Bonnie Prince Charlie and a map of the route the Jacobite Army took from the first Battle in Prestonpans in 1745 to Derby and back to Culloden is available from the Prestonpans link.
The Google Map at the foot of the page should help you find all the locations.
Wardpark Film and TV Studios Wyndford Road in Cumbernauld G68 0BA is where Outlander is made.
The locations of many of the scenes of Outlander are below.
Beecraigs Country Park in the Bathgate Hills near Linlithgow.
(Outlander season 4)
Newhailes House Musselburgh East Lothian
(Outlander season 4)
Highland Folk Museum open-air visitor attraction in Newtonmore in Badenoch and Strathspey in the Scottish Highlands
(Outlander Dougal collects the rent)
Glencoe Scottish Highland on route to Fort William
(Outlander opening credits)
Kinloch Rannoch is a village on the River Tummel where white water rafting is available for the strong and adventurous in Perth and Kinross
(Outlander Claire and Frank’s second honeymoon)
George Square is in the centre of Glasgow.
(Outlander Frank’s proposal to Claire)
Doune Castle is near Doune close to Stirling
(Outlander Castle Leoch + The MacKenzie Clan)
Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway is in Bo’ness in the district of Falkirk
(Outlander Claire and Frank bid farewell at London Station)
Preston Mill is in East Lothian near East Linton
Troon is in Ayrshire where the United States President owns Troon Golf Resort
(Outlander Jamie boards ship to War Torn France)
Aberdour Castle is in Aberdour on the coast of Fife with views of Edinburgh
(Outlander Old Kitchen and Long Gallery were used for Jamie’s recovery after being in Prison)
Glencorse Old Kirk at Milton Bridge near to Penicuik in Midlothian
(Outlander Claire and Jamie get Married)
Linlithgow Palace in West Lothian the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots also visit St Michael’s Church
(Wentworth Prison where Jamie is incarcerated)
Tibbermore Church Tibbermore is a small village situated about 4 miles west of Perth
(Outlander Witch Trials)
Blackness Castle is on the shores of the Firth of Forth and the new Robert the Bruce film also used Blackness Castle
(Black Jack Randall’s Headquarters Fort William)
Midhope Castle or Lallybroch on the Hopetoun Estate close to the Forth Bridges Hopetoun House South Queensferry home of Lord Hopetoun
(Duke of Sandringham’s home and other scenes)
Falkland and Falkland Palace and Gardens in Fife a small village in Fife full of history just outside Glenrothes
(where many scenes take place (Inverness 1940s and 1960s),
(Mrs. Baird’s Guesthouse; where the ghost of Jamie looks up at Claire’s room);
(Farrell’s Hardware Store);
(Campbell’s Coffee Shop).
Culross on the shores of the Firth of Forth cross the Queens crossing Bridge and take the A985 Rosyth Road
(Outlander village of Cranesmuir)
Dysart Harbour in Dysart Fife on the Fife Coast Road just past Kirkaldy on the A955 Dysart Road
(Outlander French port of Le Havre and St. Germain’s Warehouse)
Muiravonside Country Park 4 miles from Linlithgow Bridge on the B 825
(Outlander where the Battle of Prestonpans took place)
The Reaper Tall Ship is a restored ship and Museum on the River Clyde in Glasgow on the A 814
(Outlander Port of Le Havre)
Callendar House between Falkirk and Lauriston on the Callendar Road close to both the Falkirk Wheel and the Kelpies
(Duke of Sandringham’s, Bellhurst Manor)
Dean Castle previously Kilmarnock Castle near Kilmarnock on the B7038 in the Dean Castle Country Park
(Outlander Claire and Jamie ask Lord Lovat to send his men to help Bonnie Prince Charlie)
Drummond Castle Gardens near Muthill on the A 822 Perthshire
(Outlander Gardens of Palace of Versailles in France)
Deanston Distillery on the River Teith near Doune 8 miles from Stirling
(Outlander Jamie’s cousin’s wine warehouse at Le Havre docks)
Drumlanrig Castle home of the Duke of Buccleuch just off the A 76 in Dumfries and Galloway 10 miles past Sanquhar and 14 miles from Wanlockhead the highest village in Scotland.
(Outlander Bellhurst Manor, interior and exterior)
Loch Katrine is situated at the gateway to the Trossachs, Callander FK17 8HZ
(Outlander scene of Rodger MacKenzie in a long drive through the countryside).
Glasgow Cathedral off the A8 Castle Street Glasgow G4 0QZ
(Outlander L’Hopital Des Anges in Paris where Claire volunteers to work)
Gosford House East Lothian near Aberlady on the East Lothian coast road.
(Outlander the Stable Building at the Palace of Versailles in France)
Edinburgh Old town locations
(Outlander Palace of Holyrood)
Finnich Glen | The Devil’s Pulpit on the Carnock Burn off the A 811 23 miles from Stirling
(Outlander episode 6, St Ninian’s Spring, also known as Liar’s Spring).
(Jamie and Claire in the Jacobite rebellion at Culloden)
Craigmillar Castle Edinburgh Craigmillar Castle Road.
(Outlander Ardsmuir Prison, used to hold Jacobite prisoners)
Summerhall Edinburgh ( Anatomy Lecture Theatre is where Claire meets Joe Abernathy)
Bakehouse Close Canongate Edinburgh (Carfax Close, site of A. Malcolm’s print shop)
Dunure Harbour area close to Robert Burns Birthplace at Alloway Aryshire (Jamie and Claire board the Artemis to Jamaica and where Claire and Jamie watch young Ian swim out to Silkies Island)
Signet Library West Parliament Square Edinburgh (season 3 the Governor’s mansion in Jamaica)
Tweeddale Court High Street Edinburgh (season 3) Tweeddale Court a street in 18th century Edinburgh.
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