Lallybroch filming confirmed for May

Lallybroch filming has been confirmed for May !

The good news – Lallybroch filming will definitely take place in May at Midhope Castle.

The bad news – Lallybroch filming means the castle will be closed . However , I will be visiting Lallybroch next month when filming starts so hopefully I can get some pictures of The Lallybroch set .

Lallybroch tours from Private tours Edinburgh. Visit Lallybroch Castle ( Midhope Castle )  – prices starting from just £32.50 per person .

I don’t think Claire and Jamie will be involved in the Lallybroch filming as far as I can work out from the book . I think it is more likely it will be Brianna and Roger . 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. Barley from the Hopetoun House estate will be used for the new whisky .

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 .

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 . You can visit Lallybroch on one of our tours and take a look around the outside .

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 and the inside of Lallybroch is derelict and not accessible at the moment , although there are plans to refurbish the castle to allow visitors to stay in Lallybroch . 



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