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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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"Glencoe
Loch Ness Glencoe and the Highlands"This 12 hour tour departs from Edinburgh passing Stirling Castle on your way to the first stop at Kilmahog. Here you can get to know the local residents the Highlands Cows and have time for some light refreshments.As you continue your journey northwards you will be immersed in the wonderful scenery of Rannoch Moor and Glencoe where a short stop will be made for photo opportunities. The tour will next stop at Fort W via Loch Linnhe where you will stop for lunch before reaching Ben Nevis
From GBP46.00
 
Loch Ness and The Scottish Highlands Day Tour from Edinburgh
"You will depart from Edinburgh on a large luxury coach with toilet facilities on board and we will immediately head to the North of Scotland. The first stop on the tour will be at Kilmahog where you can see Highland Cows and enjoy a refreshment. Then the where we stop for photographs and to hear the haunting story of the massacre of 1692.Glencoe is perhaps Scotland’s most famous and most scenic glen. Glencoe is also arguably Scotland’s most historic glen and it was recently voted as Scotland’s most romantic glen.On arriving at Loch Ness you will have the option to join a boat cruise (not included) equipped with high tech sonar under water imaging system that provides you with the best chance to s a delightful Victorian town. We then head south through the Kingdom of Fife and journey over the Forth Road Bridge alongside the amazing Forth Bridge before arriving back in Edinburgh."""Take the ultimate Scotland tour and see for yourself if the Loch Ness Monster is lurking under the water. During your journey you will catch views of Stirling Castle and The Wallace Monument
From GBP45.00

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NB is at the end of a commuter line to/from Edinburgh, so its easy to access from the city and elsewhere in Scotland. I haven't checked, but I'd expect the journey time from Edinburgh to be about...
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Train

The easiest way to get to North Berwick from Edinburgh is by train - approx 30 minutes from Waverley Station.Buses from Edinburgh run along the shoreline of the Firth of Forth, but with several stops...
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Beaches

North Berwick has a sandy beach which stretched a long way on either side of the harbour. It wasn't hard to see why North Berwick had been spotted by the wealthy as a place to have a holiday house...
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Scottish Sea Bird Centre

Located at North Berwick on the harbour, is the Scottish Seabird Centre. The entrance to the Café and the gift shop area is free, of course they want you to buy! They have a great range of...
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Bass Rock

When we went on a Seabird Cruise to Bass Rock, I didn't realize there was more than birds on the Island. Bass Rock is a huge volcanic plug rising 313 feet, with three sides of sheer cliff and one...
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North Berwick Law

We told the proprietress at our B&B that we were heading to North Berwick (pronounced Beddick) for the day, to visit the Scottish Seabird Centre and hopefully see some gannets. She said "Oh! ...
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Harbour of North Berwick

North Berwick is an attractive seaside town situated on the Firth of Forth where it meets the North Sea. As we are people that enjoy boating and water activities, we rather liked it here. The...
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Sculptures

This was my favourite sculpture by the Scottish Seabird Centre. Named "Sandy the Seal," this cute little fella was unveiled at the start of the seal season. The sculpture was donated to the Scottish...
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"Flying Visit To The Seabird Centre"
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"The Undisputed Centre of the Known Universe"
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"North Berwick - 30 minutes from Edinburgh"
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" NORTH BERWICK AND BASS ROCK"
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