Outlander Tours

About our Ultimate Tours...

You will find some of our Tour highlights below… however, as with all tours the duration and places we will visit can vary depending on your requirements. (and the weather of course)

Please get in touch to discuss.

Beauly Priory

Beauly, home of Jamie Fraser’s Uncle Simon Fraser, 11th Lord Lovat (c. 1667 – 9 April 1747, London), nicknamed ‘the Fox’, was a Scottish Jacobite and Chief of Clan Fraser of Lovat, known for his feuding and changes of allegiance. In 1715, he had been a supporter of the House of Hanover, but in 1745 he changed sides and supported the Stuart claim on the crown of the United Kingdom. Lovat was among the Highlanders defeated at the Battle of Culloden and convicted of treason against the Crown, following which he was sentenced to death and subsequently beheaded.


The Wardlaw Mausoleum

Wardlaw Mausoleum is in Wardlaw Graveyard at the top of Wardlaw Road in Kirkhill, 8 miles west of Inverness. It was built in 1634 as the burial place for the Lovat Frasers on the end of the original parish church. The roof of the mausoleum was raised and a tower added in 1722 by the then Lord Lovat, the ‘Old Fox’ of the Jacobite Rebellion who was later buried in the crypt. It was used by the Lovats until the early 19th century. The building then fell into disrepair until the 1990’s when the Wardlaw Mausoleum Trust was formed to rescue it. This led to a restoration project with Historic Scotland and Lottery funding. The mausoleum is listed as Grade ‘A’ by Historic Scotland, the highest level of importance.


Ruthven Barracks near Ruthven in Badenoch, Scotland, are the best preserved of the four barracks built in 1719 after the 1715 Jacobite rising. Set on an old castle mound, the complex comprises two large three-storey blocks occupying two sides of the enclosure, each with two rooms per floor. The barracks and enclosing walls were built with loopholes for musket firing, and bastion towers were built at opposite corners. Destroyed by Jacobites following their retreat after the Battle of Culloden in 1746.


The Highland Folk Museum is a museum and open-air visitor attraction in Newtonmore in Badenoch and Strathspey in the Scottish Highlands. It is owned by Highland Council and was founded by Dr. Isabel Frances Grant in 1935.


Culloden Battlefield, the site of the last pitched battle on British soil. Outlander fans will also very taken with the Clan Fraser grave marker. This is where many Highland men, women and children lost their lives. Have the a walk round the site or take a visit into the visitor centre and view interesting historical artefacts. From there we head to the mystical bronze age Clava Cairns, if you are looking to travel through the stones then please discuss with the driver as that can be provided at an additional cost.