Tour description
Level 2/3 ride for hybrids and tourers.  Mileage is variable depending on the type of tour you choose.

Outlander Fife location tour.
The Outlander tour will take you to all the locations in Fife used by the film crew in series one and two.

You will see Culross a 17th century burgh by the shores of the Forth.  Culross stands in for Cranesmuir and Castle Leoch in series one.  Also in series one the Palace Withdrawing room and gardens were used.
In series two the Palace Courtyard and stairway was used as a village encampment. 
The ruins of the West Kirk was used as the Black Kirk so no mushroom picking!

Next stop is the 13th century Aberdour Castle which was Anne de Beaupre's monastary in series two.  You will see the Old Kitchen and Long Gallery which were used in the filming.  We can also take some time to wander around the gardens.  We then head to that evening's accomodation.

Day two will see us visit the village of Falkland and Balgonie Castle,

Balgonie is a medieval, privately owned castle it appeared in series one as Eldridge Manor home of the MacRannochs.  Situated just outside Markinch visitors to the castle include King James IV, Mary Queen of Scots and Rob Roy MacGregor.

Featuring in series one and  two several locations in the village were used.  Farrell's Hardware store is easily recognisable even in it's 21st century colours of Fayre Earth.
Across the road from Farrell's is Campbell's coffee house where we can stop for some refreshments.
It's possible to recreate one of the earliest scenes in Outlander by standing at the Bruce Fountain and gazing up at the window of Mrs Bairds B & B which is the Covenanter Inn.

The final location we shall visit is Dysart Harbour.
Dysart Harbour plays the part of Le Harve in series two and is also St Germains warehouse.

The Outlander tour can be done as a point to point tour or as a hub tour with accomodation in Kirkcaldy.