What new locations have been added to the Outlander tour map?

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Planning on an Outlander tour? The latest Outlander filming map has had a number of locations added for all.

Before you plan your Outlander tour, you’ll want to make sure you get all the new filming locations. The latest edition of the Outlander tour map includes the added destinations for Season 3 of the series (that were filming in the UK of course).

Where will you need to go to for these locations? Just where will you feel like you’re visiting? Here are all the new locations added and what they were used for in the third season.

The Signet Library

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Let’s start with Edinburgh, which saw a number of locations for places both in and out of Scotland. The first is the Signet Library, which was used for the Governor’s House in Jamaica. Yep, that means there’s no need to travel to the Caribbean to get your Outlander fix.

The Royal Mile

The Royal Mile is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Edinburgh and you’ll get the feeling of the market square as soon as you step on it. However, there are two locations that stand out: Bakehouse Close and Tweeddale Court.

Bakehouse Close was used for the outer view of the print shop. You’ll get the chance to stand on the iconic stairs. Tweeddale Court was used as the spot where Fergus and Claire reunite.

Craigmiller Castle

The final location in Edinburgh is Craigmiller Castle, which was used to create Ardsmuir Prison and is located just three miles south of the city center. It was actually located just on the outskirts of the city walls back in the day. You’ll get the chance to walk inside the castle as it’s part of Historic Environment Scotland, but you’ll get the feeling of the prison from the outside.

Kelvingrove Park

It’s over to Glasgow for the next set of locations, and the first on the list is Kelvingrove Park. This was used for the park in Boston used in the third season. You can visit the park for free and will have the chance to walk around and explore, a great way to take a break in your Outlander tour.

Glasgow University

Rather than going all the way to Boston for filming, Glasgow University became the setting for Harvard University. It’s an iconic and beautiful building in its own right. Make sure you visit Glasgow and not one of the other universities in the city. Some people can confuse Glasgow University with Glasgow Caledonian University because of the similarities in the names.

Dunure Harbour

Finally, Dunure Habour has been added into the list of places to visit for your Outlander tour. This is a place in Ayrshire, a beautiful location in the west of Scotland. It was used for the Ayr docks before Jamie and Claire head off on their journey to Jamaica.

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Which place will you visit first on your Outlander tour? Where have you already been? Share in your comments below.