Are you a fan of the Outlander TV series? Venture into the places where the show was filmed by going on this tour! You’ll begin by meeting with your tour guide at Rabbie's Café Bar, Waterloo Place at Edinburgh, then you’ll hop on a coach that with take you over the Queensferry Crossing to the town of Culross, a virtually-unchanged 16th century village that overlooks the sea and poses as the fictional town of Cranesmuir. You’ll have the time to visit Claire’s Herb Garden, explore the village’s palace, or wander the ancient streets while you imagine what life must have been like 400 years ago. After spending time in Culross, you’ll journey past Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument to Doune Castle, or as it’s called in Outlander, Castle Leoch. This formidable building gives you an insight into the living conditions of a Scottish earl in the 14th century. You can also listen to an excellent audio guide about how this castle was used as a filming location for Monty Python and the Holy Grail. After Doune Castle, your next stop is Linlithgow Palace. Here you have time to enjoy beautiful views of the Forth bridges, have a picnic by the loch, explore the ruins of Mary, Queen of Scots’ birthplace, and if you’re feeling brave, you can visit the spot where that gruesome Outlander scene took place. Next up is the Blackness Castle, which is known as the “ship that never sailed” because it resembles a giant stone boat. You’ll have time to walk along its ramparts and explore the fictional headquarters of Jack Randall. Midhope Castle is the last castle you’ll visit, but unfortunately, visitors are unable to go inside the castle, but Jamie’s lovely Lallybroch home is still an essential photo opportunity for any fan of the show. Before heading back to Edinburgh after a long day of geeking over Outlander, you’ll stop by the colorful harbor area of South Queensferry to admire the scenery.