Despite some of the drama being set in North Carolina where Claire and Jamie are now settled, filming for the fifth season took place in various locations across Scotland in April 2019.
Kinloch Rannoch was used for the site of Craigh na Dun where Claire time travelled through the all important stone circle.
Over the course of the past five seasons, Kinloch Rannoch has featured in many scenes as various characters have disappeared through the time warp.
Explaining the decision to film at Kinloch Rannoch, Outlander’s Executive Producer Maril Davis told Travel + Leisure in 2016: “I have a soft spot for this magical place. It truly lives up to the ‘four seasons in one day’ phenomenon that’s common in Scotland.”
The Thomas Coats Memorial Church located in Paisley was used to film scenes set in the 1960s.
Situated in Perthshire, The Hermitage forest was used for scenes that will reportedly feature in episodes eleven and twelve.
Milne Woods in Bridge of Allan, a town just north of Stirling, was used for scenes including Murtagh and a large number of extras, while Glasgow’s Queens Park hosted the Outlander team July 2019, according to Outlander Locations.
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