Tag: Jamie fraser

  • NEW for 2019 – the Kelpies and castles tour

    Looking for things to do in Edinburgh ? How about taking a tour from Edinburgh of two ancient castles and the Kelpies  ? Our  Kelpies and castles tour features a visit to the amazing Kelpies  in Falkirk and two ancient Scottish castles in Stirling and Doune .    The Kelpies and castles tours are available daily seven days…

  • Diana Gabaldon takes her own Outlander tour

    BEST-SELLING author Diana Gabaldon got to experience the Outlander effect for herself when she hit the tourist trail of the show’s top locations. Outlander news from Private tours Edinburgh The US writer stunned fans of the Jacobite telly phenomenon at the weekend as she turned up at Culross in Fife and nearby Falkland Palace. Diana…

  • Sam Heughan shares about his early years before Outlander

    Sam Heughan ( Jamie Fraser ) shares about his early years before Outlander “When I was a child I was lucky to get taken to a lot of live shows by my parents, then I moved to Edinburgh as a young teenager. They had a free ticket scheme for previews at the Lyceum Theatre and…

  • Jamie Fraser Outlander tours featuring Lallybroch

    Looking for Jamie Fraser tours from Edinburgh ? How about taking a unique tour of three key locations in the life of Jamie Fraser –  Lallybroch  ( Midhope Castle ) , Jamie’s ancestral home , Linlithgow Palace ( Wentworth Prison ) and  Blackness Castle ( Fort William ) . Lallybroch is Midhope Castle , a…

  • Jamie feels the Outlander effect

    OUTLANDER star Sam Heughan has been making it big since he shot to fame in the hit sci-fi drama. The Scots heartthrob’s fortune has soared thanks to the global success of the show. Visit Lallybroch , Jamie Fraser’s home , on our Outlander tours . Phone 07305-294773 for details . The ‘Outlander’ effect has been credited with…

  • will there be an “Outlaw King” effect in Scotland ?

    At Linlithgow Palace, the birthplace of Scotland’s tragic Mary, Queen of Scots, the volunteer guides and workers are preparing for a tourist surge. This 15th-century palace, a bulwark of the Stuart dynasty, is astonishingly well preserved and already draws visitors who walk among its stone halls and ramparts and admire its little loch. Outlaw King…