This "Outlander" filming locations guide describes each set that appears in the program.  

This medieval castle near Stirling is the mythical Castle Leoch, home to Clan MacKenzie. Many of the series' 18th-century episodes are set against its stunning medieval architecture and scenery.

Culross, Fife, Scotland: Cranesmuir is set in the lovely town. Its well-preserved 17th-century buildings, cobbled streets, and quaint atmosphere evoke a Scottish town from centuries ago.

Highland Folk Museum, Newtonmore, Scotland: This Scottish Highlands living history museum features filmed sequences in Mackenzie villages Leoch and Renton in the 18th century.

Blackness Castle, Scotland: On the Firth of Forth, Blackness Castle depicts Fort William, a major site in the series. Its waterfront location and formidable exterior resemble military fortress.  

The Deanston Distillery, Doune, Scotland, overlooks the River Teith and is the setting for various Lallybroch estate scenes. Its rustic appeal and gorgeous surroundings evoke Jamie Fraser's ancestral home.  

Hopetoun House, West Lothian, Scotland: "Outlander" used this majestic mansion's large rooms and spacious grounds to depict the Duke of Sandringham's palace and Versailles' exterior.

Falkland, Fife, Scotland: The lovely community of Falkland plays Inverness in the series. Its intact ancient buildings and charming streets provide the stage for Claire and Frank Randall's 20th-century travels.

Glencoe, Scotland: "Outlander," which takes place in the Scottish Highlands, was filmed in Glencoe.  

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