Filming for season 4 of Outlander took place at various locations across Scotland. From October 2017 to April 2018 cast and crew were busy filming the adaption of book four of the series, Drums of Autumn. Filming started not too far from their base in Scotland, in Gray Buchanan Park, Polmont. It continued, making use of many exciting new locations as well as some that are fondly familiar.
Located on the west side of Polmont, Gray Buchanan Park, also, known as Parkhill, was the first known filming location for Outlander season 4, being turned into a graveyard set. It is here that Jamie and young Ian bury Hayes.
Only four miles from Crieff, this picturesque ‘property’ was built and used for filming. As we had guessed, it was the location for Aunt Jocasta’s plantation, River Run.
Used in November 2017 for season 4 filming, This impressive property was used as Governor Tryon’s residence in ‘America the Beautiful’.
These lovely holiday lodges, in Perthshire, not far from Falkland, were used as Bree’s and Roger’s accommodation when they visit the Carolina Scottish Festival in ‘The False Bride’.
This forest park was used for season 4 filming in November 2017. It can be seen in episode 3 when Claire and Jamie are separated during a storm.
Just south of the Cairngorms National Park and north of Pitlochry, this scenic wooded area was used as home Outlander’s native Americans.
Located in the hamlet of Abercorn, this church is near other filming locations, such as Midhope Castle and Blackness Castle. It is here that we see Bree standing over Frank’s grave.
Not far from the film studio, Cumbernauld Glen had to have been a convenient location for filming. As well as Claire, fans got to see some interesting new characters, as well as the return of some familiar faces.
This popular country park was visited by Outlander in February 2018. It can be seen in ‘Blood of My Blood’, when Jamie takes Willie hunting.
This category A listed church was used in March 2018 for season 4 filming.
Site of the memorable ‘witness trees’ this is sure to be a popular location for visitors.