Outlander filming locations: Where was Outlander season 7 filmed?

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Since we’ve officially entered Droughtlander now, that doesn’t mean we’re not still thinking about Outlander! The series is great when it comes to highlighting the exceptional country of Scotland and showing us its beautiful landscapes and natural beauty. The show has made so much of an impact, that there’s specific Outlander tours you can book if you’re visiting to go to some of the spots where the drama got the cameras rolling. So where was Outlander season 7 filmed?

Production on the 16-episode seventh season officially started on April 6, 2022 based on the show’s official Twitter account. We got our first behind-the-scenes look at the season, with our favorite cast members posing for the camera. Then about 10 months later on Feb. 24, 2023, the social media account announced the whole season officially wrapped.

So where are some of the spots production set up shop this time around? If you’re visiting, which ones can you visit? We’ve got the answer for you below!

Outlander filming locations: Where was Outlander season 7 filmed?

First and foremost what you have to know is that Outlander season 7, as well as a majority of the previous seasons, mainly filmed in Scotland. Though the time-travel romance has taken place in North Carolina, USA since season 4, the production team and cast never traveled there to film. Scotland has been used as America, and it works out pretty great!

Alright, so let’s get into the specifics. Below we’ve shared places that have appeared in Outlander season 7 (part 1) like Fraser’s Ridge, where the battle at Fort Ticonderoga took place, and even the large dam that is part of Bree’s job. Read on below:

  • Fraser’s Ridge – built by the Outlander crew in Doune, Scotland
  • Wilmington – set built by the Outlander crew on their private film lot
  • The ship and dock Claire was on in season 7 episode 1 – Burntisland’s East Dock
  • Lallybroch – Midhope castle
  • Fort Ticonderoga in season 7 episode 5 – Duncarron Medieval Village in Carron Valley, 45-minute drive from Glasgow
  • The big dam Bree walks the first day on the job in season 7 episode 5 – Cruachan Dam
  • Mohawk Village Young Ian revisits in season 7 episode 5 – Outlander crew built set in Faskally Forest
  • Craigh na Dun – Kinloch Rannoch (though there aren’t actual stones here!)

Outlander season 7 part 1 is now streaming on Starz. The second half of the season will be released in 2024.

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