Drummond Castle Gardens, Perthshire, doubles as the palace of Versailles in the series Outlander
Much of the action in the second series of Outlander is set in France, where the Frasers take on a new way of life after leaving Scotland.
The stunning grounds date back to 1630
But the grounds — which also featured in 1995 feature film Rob Roy, starring Liam Neeson — could now see a huge boost in tourist numbers thanks to the so-called “Outlander effect”.
“We hope visitors will see the hard work for themselves and maybe even be transported to another place and era through their beauty.”
Outlander centres around Claire Randall, a World War Two combat nurse living in the 1940s with her husband Frank. On a second honeymoon to Inverness, Claire goes to a stone circle and is mysteriously swept back in time to the Scottish Highlands in 1743.
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The gardens are protected as a category A listed building – unlike the B listed castle
Fans of the hit Sony Pictures TV show can follow in the footsteps of Jamie and Claire and visit locations shot in regions such as Dumfries and Galloway, Fife and and The Trossachs.
The new map is VisitScotland’s biggest ever guide to Outlander sites, and also includes 18 locations from series one.