7 film walks you won’t want to miss


Lights, camera, action! See the sights from your fav series and films.

Got that one series that you’ll binge watch over and over? Take a tour of the filming locations of your fav shows and films in cities around the country. Get behind the scenes info and gossip on the filming process and grab some pictures at the infamous locations. Check out our top 7 film tours that you won’t want to miss below:

Outlander Day Trip from Edinburgh

Dinna fash! You too can live out your Jamie Fraser fantasy with a visit to some of the most famous locations from the hit series Outlander. Visit the IRL Lallybroch and learn some special Outlander trivia.

Gavin and Stacey Tour of Barry Island

‘What’s occurring’ on Barry Island these days? Fans of the hit comedy series can take a tour of the island and the iconic locations from the show.

Downton Abbey London Locations Tour

Whilst Downton Abbey and Downton Village are found in the stunning Oxfordshire countryside, many of the filming locations can be found in Central London including The Halcyon and Mr. Selfridge. Great for fans of the show and the big city.

Belfast Line of Duty Tour

Walk in the footsteps of H from the hit cop show Line of Duty in the city of Belfast. Visit the graffiti-covered tunnel where AC-12 have their secret meetings and AC-12's HQ right in the centre of Belfast.

Doctor Who Cardiff Walking Tour

Cardiff is the home of Doctor Who filming locations that have been featured in the show since 2005. Head to Cardiff Castle and the National Museum of Wales which have been features in more than 20 episodes of the iconic show.

James Bond London Tour

Get your 007 on with this Bond themed tour of London. Learn trivia and insider info on the filming process as you charm your way through the street of London to see buildings and bunkers featured in classic Bond films.

Bridgerton Tour of Bath

Bath is the home of Bridgerton, with its romantic and scenic feel. Promenade along the cobbled streets on your way to the Danbury House for a ball and bring the Regency story to life.