Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Doune Castle - Outlander

I've just realised that Doune Castle was used in the filming of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series.  (I know, slow!!!!)


I wrote a blog post (click to read) about my visit to the castle in 2012.



Thought you might like to see some photographs in advance of the TV series.


It is a wonderful, historic and beautiful location.



Really looking forward to this TV show - although I have no idea when it will be aired in Scotland.

Love, Liz

6 comments:

Joanne said...

I do like the gargoyle in one of your photos.

Vix said...

I love the gargoyle, too!
Wouldn't that be a great location for our next tartan cocktail hat shoot? x

Rachael said...

I visited Doune as a teen, it still remains my favorite castle in Scotland, I can't find the words to explain why but I felt very very peaceful there. It's a gorgeous little town too.

pastcaring said...

Oh I do like a beautiful old castle - the perfect film set! xxx

Curtains in My Tree said...

The gargoyle always scared me to look at them when I was young, even still now that I am old. LOL

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

It really looks like an amazing castle. Now I want to watch the series only to see the set!