1. The 1700s township at the Highland Folk Museum in Newtonmore was the filming location for many of the 18th century village scenes, with traditionally-built croft houses and “black houses” on site. You may remember if from Series 1 when Claire joins the tax-collecting visits with the rest of the MacKenzie clan. This open air museum is a fascinating day out with over 30 historical buildings containing period artefacts, from the 1700s to the 1960s.
5. Shinty or camanachd in Gaelic, is only slightly less frantic and brutal in real life than in Episode 4 of series 1, when the MacKenzie men play a ferocious game in the castle grounds! If you would like to see a game whilst staying here, try the clubs at Newtonmore or Kingussie - great local rival clubs and prize-winning teams.
6. Clan History: If Outlander has fired your interest in the history of the clan system in Scotland, you could pay a visit to the Clan MacPherson Museum in Laggan, Newtonmore which has displays and information on the Scottish clans in general as well as its own clan heritage. Try also Grantown Museum and Inverness Museum.
4. Inverness - only a few miles from Culloden - where the Outlander story begins as Claire and Frank take their second honeymoon after the Second World War.