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Get your Outlander fix with a National Trust for Scotland Membership

If you're planning a trip to Scotland and want to bag some of the Outlander filming sites, then you can save a packet by becoming a Member of the National Trust for Scotland!

They have over 100 wonderful historic, scenic and cultural locations dotted across the country and for Outlander fans, there's the added bonus that some of the National Trust for Scotland properties featured in the TV Series, through multiple seasons! Want to wander around Cranesmuir, take a stroll through Claire's Herb Garden, travel back to 1940s Inverness, or pay your respects to fallen Clansmen at Culloden? Your National Trust for Scotland Membership will cover you for this, saving you money on entry costs at these and other paid sites across the nation!

Check out the gallery below to see the National Trust locations that were used during the filming!

Its not just Outlander TV and Novel locations that you can enjoy however...there's several historic sites under the care of the National Trust for Scotland that are linked to the history and themes that run through the Outlander series, including places like Culloden Battlefield and Glencoe.

Whats more, by becoming a valued member of the National Trust for Scotland, you will also be helping the Trust preserve and protect our most important heritage sites for the benefit of future generations!

You'll also receive the listed benefits below, giving you even more chance to save money and enjoy the history of our ancient land:

- Access to ALL National Trust for Scotland properties

- FREE or concessionary entry to National Trust organisations Worldwide, which includes England, Wales and Northern Ireland

- FREE parking at National Trust for Scotland car parks

- Regular Print and e-Magazines delivered to your door and email inbox

As Members ourselves, we can thoroughly recommend that you join and help support the great work of our lovely heritage heroes at the National Trust for Scotland! Click the link below to find out more and join today!

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