Inverness Outlanders

Inverness Outlander Map

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Ever since we first read Outlander over twenty years ago we always thought that it would be wonderful if there was an Inverness map with references to locations mentioned in the books. Back in 2013 we discovered that there were other Outlander Fans living in and around Inverness and it didn’t take us long to become friends with each other and formed the Inverness Outlanders group. We often talked about how an Outlander Map was needed for Inverness and one of the most common questions that werhttps://p9p6m.app.goo.gl/qfoeeBUms19KgrEB7e asked online was – ‘Besides Clava Cairns and Culloden Battlefield what other Outlander related places are there in Inverness?’ So we started our blog to address this question. click here and click here to read the blog posts which answer the question. We found it was a huge hit with visiting Outlander Fans but we still felt a map was needed, then in 2017 we were asked to do a stall in the clan tent at the Inverness Highland Games.

We made up display boards showing places for Outlander fans to visit in and around Inverness. These boards were very popular, especially with local B&Bs and guest houses, who were desperate to find out where they could get this information.

Visit Scotland have done an amazing job on the Outlander Film Location Map click here but there wasn’t a map out there for the book and real history locations in Inverness.

We stressed how much this map was needed and we would help someone put it together. This is when the Inverness Events Manager Gerry Reynolds put us together with the Scottish Provincial Press who were more than happy to help our idea come to a reality.

We got in touch with Diana Gabaldon to tell her about our idea which she gave us her blessing and also gave permission to use some quotes from the Outlander book series on the map. We can’t thank Diana Gabaldon enough for all the support she gives to Outlander Fans.

So with a big hand from Bernadette Walker at SPP, all the sponsors who helped pay for the map being published and the amazing team work from our Inverness Outlander group finally in May 2018 we got our hands on the Inverness Outlander Map.

UPDATE:

April 2019 we receive the second version of our map . This year we got 20,000 copies as last year we were running out early in the season .

Here’s a better on line link for printing the map yourself but we find this one doesn’t open on phones it is better on a PC

Printable Inverness Outlander Map

We are sorry to say we are not in the position to send these by mail order.

These maps are FREE to Outlander Fans visiting Inverness , we will be distributing them around key locations on the map sites as well as Inverness Visit Scotland shop in the centre of town, we hope you find them helpful. No profit was made by us producing these maps they are purely to help other Outlander Fan find places of interest in Inverness.

We will also have them at events that we will be attending such as Outlander Day 8th June 2019 at the Highland Folk Museum click here and the Inverness Highland Games 20th July 2019 click here , ExpoNorth in Eden Court 3rd & 4th July click here are just some of the events that we will have a stall at handing out these maps . We will be updating this blog with other events that we’ll be at so keep an eye on it .

The audio version of our map is now out and available to download for FREE with Geotourist.

This a fantastic new digital audio tour will help visitors to Inverness and Outlander fans from all over the world discover key Outlander landmarks dotted across the Inverness area using your own smartphone and the free Geotourist app.

Download Geotourist app and listen now. The audio has been done by mostly members of our Inverness Outlander Map but we are lucky to have Gillebride Macmillan who plays Gwyllyn the Bard and Sarah Fraser author of The Last Highlander do the audio for some of the points.

Thanks to Bruce MacGregor from the band ‘ Blazin’ Fiddles’ for letting us include his music in the app , the piece is called “The nameless clan” is written by Bruce MacGregor and performed by Bruce MacGregor and Cliar.

We hope you enjoy….

click here – takes you to the tour on the app.

click here – this takes you to the tour via the website

click here – takes you to Culloden via the website

We got a lovely congratulations tweet from Diana when we announced the launch of the audio app.

Huge thank you to all who volunteered to recorded each of the points on the map here is the list of who they are….

Introduction audio by Caroline Keith

Inverness Castle audio by Amanda Luscombe

Inverness Museum and Art Gallery audio by Julie Mutch

Leakey’s Bookshop audio by Jo De Sylva

Old High Church audio by Bruce MacGregor

St Mary’s Church audio by Nan Allan

Ness Walk audio by Jordan Clark
Inverness Railway Station audio by Jim Miller

Inverness Botanic Gardens audio by Cerys Davies

Tomnahurich Hill audio by Amanda Luscombe

Highland Archive Centre audio by Mhairi Jarvis

Abertarff House audio by Sarah Fraser

Farm and Household Stores audio by Lorien Cameron-Ross

Leachkin Chambered Cairn audio by Amanda Luscombe

The Bishop’s Palace audio by Catherine MacNeil

Wardlaw Mausoleum audio by Sarah Fraser

Beauly Priory audio by Amanda Luscombe

Corrimony Chambered Cairn audio by Niamh Beattie

Balnain audio by Gillebride MacMillan

Strathpeffer, Eagle’s Stone, Castle Leod audio by Amanda Luscombe

Clootie Well, Munlochy audio by Clare Campbell

Culloden Battlefield audio by Catriona McIntosh

Culloden Trail audio by Catriona McIntosh

Fort George audio by Lorien Cameron-Ross

Clava Cairns audio by Caroline Keith

Reelig Glen audio by Amanda Luscombe

Culloden House Hotel audio by Julie Mutch

Thank you.

We’ve had a couple press articles on our maps

The Scotsman

The Inverness Courier

The Sun

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