Outlander locations around Loch Lomond & Perthshire

If you’re an Outlander fan, you won’t want to miss visiting these magical locations around central Scotland, which inspired the books or set the backdrop to the popular TV series. For guests staying at Stucktaymore in Perthshire, or Stuckgowan or Stuckdarach by Loch Lomond, there are lots of Outlander locations nearby for you to see. All of these in our list are within an hour’s drive of at least one of our properties. If you haven’t heard of Outlander, where have you been? Or when? It’s time you caught up on this mysterious romantic time-travel series, as the show prepares for its eighth and final series.

Outlander Locations near Loch Lomond

These locations are all within an hour’s drive of our Stuckgowan and Stuckdarach properties by Loch Lomond.

Loch Sloy Dam

Loch Sloy Dam is the closest Outlander location to our Stuckgowan and Stuckdarach properties. This is an impressive man-made hydro-electric dam, which you can walk across for spectacular views. It appears in series 7 of the TV show.

Coats Paisley

Coats Paisley, an imposing Gothic Revival former church, is seen in series 5 of Outlander. It now operates as an exclusive venue for weddings and events, but you can view the exterior from the roadside.

Finnich Glen

Finnich Glen, also known as the Devil’s Pulpit, became the Liar’s Spring in series 1. This deep gorge is a dangerous place to visit alone, so we recommend joining a tour if you want to see this one.

Kelvingrove Park

Glasgow is a great city to visit during your stay with us, and home to several Outlander locations. Kelvingrove Park appeared in series 3 as it doubled for Boston in the States.

Glasgow Cathedral

The lower crypt of Glasgow Cathedral featured in series 2, where it set the scene for L’Hôpital des Anges in Paris.

Pollok Country Park

Pollok Country Park in Glasgow has been used several times as a filming location in Outlander. Its open spaces have appeared in series 1, 2 and 4 so far.

Outlander locations in and around Perthshire

These filming locations are closer to our Stucktaymore holiday house in Perthshire.

Kinloch Rannoch

Kinloch Rannoch is the closest Outlander location to our Stucktaymore property in Perthshire. Its ancient stone circles provided the setting for one of the most famous scenes in Outlander, back in series 1.

Deanston Distillery

The maturation warehouse in Deanston Distillery became a wine warehouse in the port of Le Havre, France for series 2. The distillery runs daily tours, open to the public.

Doune Castle

Medieval stronghold, Doune Castle, provided the setting for Castle Leoch, seat of Clan Mackenzie in the first series of Outlander. The castle and grounds are open daily to visitors.

Bridge of Allan

Bridge of Allan is a small Scottish town near Stirling, where some filming for series 5 took place. It is a picturesque place to visit, with attractive architecture and wooded areas.

Drummond Castle Gardens

These formal gardens appeared in series 2 of Outlander. Drummond Castle Gardens doubled as the grounds of the Palace of Versailles in France.

Faskally Forest

In series 4, Faskally Forest stood in for a Native American village in North America. There are some great walking trails for visitors.

The Hermitage

The Hermitage is a forest area in Perthshire, used for outdoor scenes in series 5 of Outlander.

Tullibardine Chapel

The 15th-century Tullibardine Chapel appeared in series 2 of Outlander, as a hiding place for several of the characters on their way to Inverness.

We hope you enjoy exploring these Outlander locations during your stay with us in central Scotland. Find out more about our large holiday houses and start planning your adventures today!