Outlander Art Experience

Sketchbook journaling tour of Outlander locations in Scotland
Dates: 30 June – 9 July 2019
Tutors: Nicky Sanderson & guest tutors
Location: various locations, with Linlithgow (by Edinburgh) and Inverness as accommodation bases
Cost: £2390 per person, based on two sharing (£490 single supplement)

There’s only one thing that’s better than a tour of Outlander filming locations in Scotland…our Outlander Art Experience! Join us on this 10-day, first ever Outlander-themed art tour and really connect with the land where Jamie and Claire travelled through centuries and lived their love that knew no time nor borders.

With your sketchbook journal in hand, feel the creative flow as we visit Doune Castle (Castle Leoch), Culross (Cranesmuir), the Battlefield of Culloden, Jamie’s Printshop in Edinburgh and much, much more.

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Drawing and painting facilitate contact with reality and create a strong bond with places – something that’s more difficult to experience during conventional travel. The stronger the emotion, the deeper it will be remembered in your mind. We work with watercolours, charcoal, graphite and other materials, and integrate treasures we find on our journey, such as oak leaves or feathers.

When you draw you see a lot of things you wouldn’t even notice at a simple glance or with a snapshot.

The tour includes a printmaking workshop at Highland Print Studio in Inverness and we’ve built in elements of creative writing which will help you turn your sketchbook into your own personal Outlander story. To enrich your creative time-travel experience further, you’ll also get the opportunity to learn about herbal remedies used by Claire and Geillis in a session with a Scottish herbalist. A truly authentic experience from which you will leave inspired and refreshed.

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Cost & inclusions

Cost: £2390 per person, based on two sharing (£490 single supplement).

This includes:

  • 10 day artist-guided tour of Outlander filming locations (sketchbook journaling, variety of media)
  • 9 nights in luxury accommodation (7 nights in Linlithgow; 2 nights in Inverness)
  • 9 breakfasts – breakfast hampers at hotel in Linlithgow; full Scottish breakfasts at hotel in Inverness (different dietary requests catered for)
  • Welcome reception with champagne and nibbles
  • Welcome three course evening meal, with wine, on arrival night
  • Farewell three course evening meal, with wine, on the last night
  • Printmaking workshop at Highland Print Studio
  • Garden tour and herb-making workshop led by Scottish herbalist
  • Group transport in high quality, air-conditioned minibus
  • Return train fares to Edinburgh and Glasgow
  • 7-day Historic Environment Scotland Explorer Pass
  • Entry fees to other properties that are part of the tour
  • Hand made sketchbook (custom manufactured in Edinburgh for the Wild at Art Outlander Art Experience) and some art materials
  • Discussions and talks; possible musical and poetry evenings
  • Pre-travel information pack (by email)
  • Some surprises!!
  • A member of the Wild at Art team will accompany the group throughout to ensure you’re well looked after 🙂

This art holiday starts and finishes in Linlithgow (20 mins from Edinburgh Airport). If you’d like to arrive a bit earlier or stay some extra nights after the Wild at Art vacation we can assist you with finding accommodation. Our hotel Court Residence is extremely busy at that time of year, so please let us know your requirements as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

Not included: flights to and from Scotland; meals other than those listed above. Airport transfers can be arranged at an additional cost (approx. £60 return from Edinburgh Airport, contact us for quote from Glasgow). Guests are required to take out personal travel insurance. A non-refundable deposit of £500 secures your space. When two people book together the deposit is £700 for both together.

Reserve your space!

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Scotland is undoubtedly the star of ‘Outlander.’ I’m so proud of the country and all it has to offer. {Sam Heughan}

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