From its Castles, Victorian and Georgian architecture to pristine lochs and lofty mountains, Scotland is a filmmaker’s dream. Over the years, Scotland has been the backdrop of countless productions. We have assembled our top picks of sights to visit that will make you feel like you are “on location”.
Outlander Locations Tour
Outlander has had great success internationally, enticing tourists to visit Scotland and live the Outlander experience. If you are an Outlander fan paying a visit to Scotland, we cannot recommend this full-day tour enough! We can’t guarantee an appearance by Sam Heughan; however lots of great photo opportunities.
Trainspotting is another Scottish classic. From walking or running tours to cruise tours, you have a pick of the bunch when choosing to explore the sights of Trainspotting. Notable locations such as Holyrood Park, St. Stephen’s Church and the Forth Road Bridge are a must for movie lovers
Harry Potter and the Hogwarts Express
Edinburgh was one of the biggest inspirations to JK Rowling when writing the worldwide phenomenon that is Harry Potter. Don’t miss the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hop on the Hogwarts Express and explore the magic of the Scottish Highlands.
Visit Stirling Castle, the Forth Valley, the Wallace Monument, a 200 ft tribute to the man immortalized in the movie ‘Braveheart’, and so much more. If you’re looking for a scenic, tranquil getaway, this tour offers views of Scotland’s beautiful wild landscapes and Stirling Castle, one of Scotland’s grandest.
Explore the beautiful Isle of Skye, and Eilean Donan Castle, the icon of the Scottish Highlands. It’s possibly the most photographed and visited fortress in the whole country, after featuring not only in Highlander but also in James Bond as the Scottish Headquarters of MI6.