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Private Outlander Tour in a VIP Minibus from Edinburgh
"The stunning Doune Castle near Stirling plays a leading role in the show standing in for the fictional Castle Leoch home to Colum MacKenzie and his clan in the 18th century episodes. Over in the Lothian’s the 15th century fortress of Blackness Castle on the banks of the river Forth doubles as the setting for the Fort William headquarters of ""Black"" Jack Randall and the heart-wrenching scene of Jamie’s incarceration while the nearby Linlithgow Palace stands in for the prison entrance and corridors. We also visit Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway which was transformed into the 1940s London train station where Claire and Frank say their goodbyes. And then it’s off to Hope which doubled for the stately home of the fictional Duke of Sandringham. Our final visit of the day is to the picturesque coastal town of Culross that saw its Mercat area transformed into the fictional village of Cranesmuir the home of Geillis Duncan and her husband Arthur. Take a stroll along the town’s cobbled alleyways – it’s about as close to stepping back in time to the 18th century as you can get. You can find the gorgeous herb garden that Claire works in in the groun
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Private 'Outlander' Film Locations Day Trip from Edinburgh
"Your experienced Driver/Guide and Outlander Fan (books and show) will show film locations used for seasons 1 and 2 of the TV Series 'Outlander'. As a private tour it is flexible and can be customised for you. The first stop of the day will be a photo sto take a walk though Castle Leoch's Herb Garden *Seasonal and through the Streets of Crainsmuir (Culross Village). Photo stop at Mrs Bairds. (optional) or see the Monetary Aberdour Castle one of Scotland's Oldest Castles (optional).If you have already visited Doune Castle you can either visit Linlithgow Palace or Hopetoune House (Seasonal and time restrictions). This tour is a private tour and can be customized """Private day trip of locations featured in the ‘Outlander’ TV series. Depart from Edinburgh and follow in the footsteps of the Jamie and Claire as you visit the locations used for Lallybroch Crainsmuir (Culross) the infamous Fort William (Blackness Castle)
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Day Trip to Loch Ness and the Highlands in a Private Minibus from Edinburgh
"Departing Edinburgh we pass Linlithgow palace birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots in 1542 and Stirling Castle with its imposing position in the centre of the country it was strategically the most important Castle in the Kingdom and close to the scene of Wallace’s greatest triumph the battle of Stirling Bridge in 1297. To the south is Bannockburn where in 1314
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Culross Palace

Culross Palace, built from 1597-1611, is an example of a wealthy merchants house, this one originally owned by George Bruce, Laird of Carnock. Bruce was a successful merchant with interests in coal...
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Outlander filming locations

Culross is a charming town that has been frozen in time and it's easy to understand why they chose to film parts of "Outlander" here that were set in the mid 1700s. Culross was used as the fictional...
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Culross Abbey

While we were waiting for the Palace to open, we walked up the hill, past the mercat cross, to see Culross Abbey. It was a Sunday morning so there was a service in progress so we peeked through the...
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CULROSS

Culross (pronounced Coo-ross) is a historical village that had its hay-day 400 years ago as an important trading center on the Firth of Forth. Nowadays it is a sleepy village visited by quite a few...
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Statue to a remarkable man.

I must admit that the last thing I expected to see walking through a quaintly historic Scottish village was a Chilean flag but that is exactly what I noticed in the middle of Culross. It was flying...
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Go for a walk.

As I mentioned in my introductory page for Culross, I visited on an off-season Tuesday which meant that the main historical buildings that are administered by the National Trust in Scotland but it was...
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Culross Palace & Gardens

Culross Palace is the grand name for the old Merchant's House, there are two houses both restored to their original colour of Mustard Yellow. The houses were built by Sir George Bruce in 1591 and...
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Step back into the past

I loved wandering around the old cobbled streets in the old town of Culross. The houses date from 1577 the date of the oldest building among many in this quaint place with steet names to conjure with...
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The Town House

The Townhouse was the meeting place of the Town Council who met in the rooms of the first floor of the building up until reorganisation of Fife council in 1975. The lower rooms were used as a prison...
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Culross Abbey

Culross Abbey was founded by Malcolm Earl of Fife for a Cistercian community of Monks in 1217. The first monks arrived from Kinloss Abbey with Sir Hugh a prior of Kinloss who became the Abbey's first...
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scottishvisitor

"A 17th. Century Town brought back from the past"
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planxty

"A lovely little place."
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Dabs

"Culross, a step back in time"
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