This is pretty neat and informative. ~ V
Do you want to follow in the footsteps of Jamie and Claire?
You can now live the Outlander saga for yourself and experience the land and locations that inspired author Diana Gabaldon and the TV series producers.
In an interactive map from tourist board Visit Scotland – fans of the series can explore everything from ancient and mysterious standing stones to breathtaking castles and grand stately homes.
Season 4 of Outlander is released on DVD this week so what better way to celebrate than to see some of the filming locations for the series yourself?
With locations in Edinburgh, Midlothian and East Lothian you don’t have to travel as far as Claire and Jamie in order to be whisked away into the world of Outlander. Here’s a few that you can find on the extensive interactive map:
Newhailes House, East Lothian
This 17th century Palladian villa was used as Governor Tyron’s home in the fourth season where Jamie discussed the offer of a land grant in exchange for service to the English Crown. The house’s estate is open all year round with nature walks around the gardens and surrounding land.