Is there a real Lallybroch in Scotland ?

Yes , there is a real Lallybroch – Midhope House . Lallybroch, or Broch Tuarach, is Jamie’s fictional home in the series. In real life it’s an ancient 16th-century tower house outside Edinburgh. Midhope Castle is the real Lallybroch . The castle stars in a number of Outlander episodes in series one and filming has recently taken place there for season seven  . You can visit Lallybroch on one of our tours and take a look around the outside .

Lallybroch Outlander travel mugs – Broch Tuarach travel mugs can be bought online. More Outlander gifts online include travel mugs and prints.

Lallybroch Outlander travel mugs, buy your Outlander gifts online now
Lallybroch Outlander travel mugs 
Lallybroch Outlander tours from Private tours Edinburgh
Lallybroch Outlander tours from Private tours Edinburgh.  No-one has lived in the castle for over 100 years 

Good news – season 7 is die to start in the summer.

Not so good news – season 8 will be the final season of Outlander ( on TV at least ). Rumours are circulating about the final 2 books in the series being made into 2 movies .

Exciting new plans have been announced to refurbish Lallybroch and open visitor and tasting rooms . Outlander fans will be able to stay in Lallybroch, possibly from next year . A new distillery is also being built to make Midhope Castle whisky . Barley from local farms on the Hopetoun House estate will be used for the new whisky .

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We guarantee you the lowest online prices for this tour , you will save up to 30% on the same tour from Viator or Tripadvisor

Visit Lallybroch Castle ( Midhope Castle ) starting from just £95

What makes our tours unique ?

  • professional guide
  • Lallybroch private tours– only small groups up to four people
  • photography / videos – we help customers to take the best possible pictures on their trip
  • Scottish music – TV / film themes and Scottish artists
  • air conditioned sedan car
  •  unique souvenirs are available online or speak to your driver for details


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Is there a real Lallybroch in Scotland ?

Yes , the real Lallybroch is Midhope Castle . Lallybroch, or Broch Tuarach, is Jamie Fraser’s fictional home in the Outlander series. You can visit the castle on one of our Outlander tours and take a look around the outside . Unfortunately the interior of Lallybroch is not accessible . Interior scenes at Lallybroch were filmed at a studio in Cumbernauld , near Glasgow .

can you buy Lallybroch gifts online ?

yes, you can buy Lallybroch gifts online . We have over 50 Lallybroch gifts including throw pillows, phone cases, prints, t-shirts , travel mugs and lots more . Visit the Lallybroch gift shop

who owns Lallybroch ?

Lallybroch ( Midhope Castle ) is part of the Hopetoun estate and it is privately owned by the Earl of Hopetoun. Hopetoun has been the ancestral home of the Hope family for over 300 years; the present Earl of Hopetoun lives in the house and The 4th Marquess of Linlithgow (the head of the family and Lord Hopetoun’s father) lives on the Estate.

do your tours follow the Covid safety guidelines ?

yes, our tours follow the Covid safety guidelines established by Visitscotland . Private tours Edinburgh follows all the industry standards and safety measures . Private tours Edinburgh has received the Good to go certificate

Where is Lallybroch supposed to be located ?

Lallybroch is supposed to be in the Highlands of Scotland in Outlander . The real life Lallybroch is Midhope Castle just outside Edinburgh . Lallybroch, or Broch Tuarach, is Jamie Fraser’s fictional home in the Outlander series. You can visit the castle on one of our tours and take a look around the outside .

can you go inside Lallybroch ?

No , at the moment you can’t go inside Lallybroch / Midhope Castle . However , exciting new plans have been submitted to build accommodation and whisky tasting rooms at the castle . The work starts this year and will probably be finished next year ( 2023 ) . So you might be able to stay in Lallybroch next year .

Free pickup and dropoff from Edinburgh on our Outlander tours . Add two more Outlander film locations for a unique customised tour . Phone 07305-294773 for details and availability.

See Jamie Fraser’s ancestral home – Lallybroch .

Need a bit more Outlander ? Listen to Jamie as he guides you around Castle Leoch ( Doune Castle ) on our Jamie Fraser Outlander tour

Midhope Castle, a 16th-century tower house, is used as Lallybroch (also known as Broch Tuarach) in Outlander . Left to Jamie by his parents, Brian and Ellen, Lallybroch is also home to Jamie’s sister, Jenny, her husband Ian Murray and their children. With Lallybroch being an important part of the Outlander story, much use is made of Midhope Castle. Phone (+44) 0131-549-9785 for details and bookings .

On this tour you can visit Jamie Fraser’s ancestral home – Lallybroch Castle .


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