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Film on Forth – Film tourism in Falkirk and West Lothian

With The School Holidays Underway And Hopefully Hotter Days Coming Soon, It’s Time To Plan Your Next Family Adventure.

Scotland has been featured in numerous Hollywood and Internationally renowned films. And a number of them have been filmed in our area some of them you will know others you may be surprised to discover! Our stunning landscape and unique attractions provide the perfect backdrop for the camera.

In partnership with West Lothian, Film on Forth has been created to showcase the number of locations in the Falkirk area and West Lothian used on screen, including Mary Queen of Scots, Outlaw King, Outlander and many more.

Follow the steps of the stars that have visited the area with our range of itineraries – from day trips to longer, multi night stays. You’ll find the historic sites such as Blackness CastleLinlithgow Palace and Callendar House, as well as the modern Kelpies and Falkirk Wheel. Along with the digital itineraries, you’ll find maps and videos of the full range of film locations in the area.

Visit the Film on Forth website and follow these itineraries to discover these locations for yourself, and find out why the sheer dramatic impact of these landscapes lures filmmakers back to Scotland again and again.

Inspired by Outlander – 1 day itinerary

Inspired by Outlander – 3 days itinerary

Outdoor Itinerary – 1 day

Explorer itinerary – 3 days


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This initiative is supported by the Visit Scotland Growth Fund, Falkirk Council, Visit West Lothian,  Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway, Falkirk Delivers, Linlithgow Town Centre BID, Vue Cinemas and Falkirk Community Trust.

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