9 stunning Outlander wedding venues in Scotland where fans can tie the knot

Outlander fans will be familiar with the stunning locations used across Scotland to film the hit show, including medieval castles and grand country houses.

Friday, 12th April 2019, 5:29 pm
Updated Friday, 19th April 2019, 4:44 pm
Outlander fans will be familiar with the stunning locations used across Scotland to film the hit show

And if you are keen to enjoy your own slice of time travelling romance, bride and grooms-to-be can tie the knot at some of the beautiful locations seen on screen.Here are nine of the most glorious venues around Scotland for an Outlander-inspired wedding.

This 15th-century castle offers a unique Outlander-themed wedding experience, which includes a medieval banquet, a candle-lit ceremony and a replica of Claire's ring from the series. Prices start from 11,500 pounds for the package.
Used as Wentworth Prison where Jamie is imprisoned, this impressive venue was once a favoured royal residence of the Stewart monarchs and the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots. It makes for a wonderfully atmospheric wedding spot.

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Doubling as Sainte Anne de Beaupre's Monastery in the series, this 12th-century castle is among one of the oldest standing masonry castles in Scotland and overlooks the Forth Estuary, making it the most romantic of spots.
Fans will recognise this 14th-century venue as the fictional Castle Leoch, which plays a leading role in the show, and boasts impressive towering battlements and views over the River Teith.
Nestled in the grounds of Glencorse House, this charming venue sits amidst lush parkland with a lake and garden, offering the most charming of spots for a wedding reception.
Situated on the outskirts of Edinburgh, this venue doubles as the stately home of the Duke of Sandringham, and offers grandeur and elegance for the most splendid of weddings.
Used as the grounds surrounding the fictional Castle Leoch, this picturesque country park provides an idyllic spot for a fairytale ceremony, with its walled gardens, courtyard and grand country house.
This pretty little village in Fife still offers plenty of historic charm and was used to film the 1940s scenes in Inverness. Couples could tie the knot in Falkland Palace, or enjoy an outdoor ceremony at the beautiful walled gardens and Oak Lawn.
Perfect for a truly lavish ceremony, this 14th-century house sits within the stunning grounds of Callendar Park and boasts impressive panelled oak staircases, grand rooms and sweeping lawns.