To help you prepare for your visit to Scotland, be it for Outlander, Ancestral or a more general sightseeing tour, we have listed the entry fees below. These locations are the most popular based on our clients visits from previous years.
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If you are going to any of the large castles eg. Edinburgh or Stirling, you will save by buying a pass. If you are here for a couple of weeks, an Historic Scotland membership is even better value- valid for a whole year and brings extra benefits such as 20% off in the shop.
Historic Scotland Explorer Pass
3 days within 5 days – £31 (£24.80)
7 days within 14 days – £42 (£33.60)
Historic Scotland Membership (valid for 1 yr.) – 1 adult. £52.50 (£42) Per couple £92 (£73)
Scottish Heritage Pass
Entry to Historic Scotland and National Trust sites – £49 (£38)
Valid for 7 consecutive days . Only valid 1st April to 31st October. Must be activated at selected locations eg. Edinburgh Castle.
Individual entry costs (Concession Age 60+)
Outlander filming tour locations
Doune Castle – Historic Scotland £6 (£4.80)
Culross – National Trust Special discounted rate £6.50 (usually £10.50)
Falkland Free as we don’t go into the Palace
Tullibardine Chapel – where Rupert loses his eye – Historic Scotland Free
Drummond Castle – Gardens of Versailles £5
Tibbermore Church – witch trial- recommended £5 donation
Callander House – Donation
Linlithgow Palace – Historic Scotland £6 (£4.80)
Blackness Castle – Historic Scotland £6 (£4.80)
Lallybroch Recommended donation £2 per person
Other Popular Historic Scotland Locations
Edinburgh Castle- £17 (£13.60)
Stirling Castle – £15 (£12)
Urquhart Castle- £9 (£7.20)
Glasgow Cathedral – free.
Craigmillar Castle, Edinburgh – location for S3, Ardsmuir Prison – £6 (£4.80)
Holyrood Palace – Royal Palaces Collection. Not covered by any passes – £12.50 (£11.40)