VISIT FIVE FAMOUS OUTLANDER FILMING LOCATIONS
Based on the novels by Diana Gabaldon, the series follows the adventures of an English nurse called Claire Randall (Caitriona Balfe) in World War 2, who mysteriously finds
herself having travelled back in time to 1743.
Scenes flash back and forth in time, showing her husband Frank (in 1945) trying to find her, and (in 1743) Claire meeting a young highlander called Jamie Fraser(Sam Heughan) and becoming entangled in the Jacobite risings that occurred at the time.
Here you can recreate one of the first scenes of the TV series in the town of Falkland, which was used to portray 1940s Scotland in season one and 1960s Inverness in seasons two and four. The Covenanter Hotel stood in for the cosy Mrs. Baird’s Guesthouse; the Bruce Fountain featured when the ghost of Jamie looked up at Claire’s room; Fayre Earth Gift Shop doubled as Farrell’s Hardware and Furniture Store; and Campbell’s Coffee House and Eatery was Campbell’s Coffee Shop in the show.Falkland was the first Outlander location. Used in seasons 1, 2 and 4 it is best known for portraying Inverness, home to Mrs Baird and the Reverend Wakefield. Falkland, a small town in Fife, Scotland, was used to portray the city of Inverness
Explore the charming Old Town, used for several filming locations. It's cobbled streets and ramshackle buildings will immediately have you feeling like you have stepped back in The Kingdom of Fife, home to the pretty 17th century Royal Burgh town of Culross and setting for the fictional town of Cranesmuir with its cobbled streets , also there is the picturesque town of Falkland (1940's Inverness in the TV series), with its elegant 16th-century palace, former home to Mary Queen of Scots.