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Outlaw King

In September 2018 a new Netflix film was premiered about Robert the Bruce called Outlaw King.

Written and directed by David MacKenzie it was released on the 9th of November starring Chris Pine as the Outlaw King. It’s an epic story about Robert the Bruce, and his war to liberate Scotland from English occupation. Filming took place in various locations including Linlithgow Palace, Doune Castle, Dunfermline Abbey, Blackness Castle, Glasgow Cathedral and Loch Lomond.

  • Locations that featured
  • Props
  • On the trail of Outlaw King

Linlithgow Palace

The palace chapel is was used as The Bruce’s castle chapel in Outlaw King.

You can visit Linlithgow Palace 7 days a week, right in the heart of Linlithgows busy High Street.

Blackness Castle

Blackness Castle features as "Yorkshire Prison" in Outlaw King. Sitting atop of a rocky cliff, the Castle is often reffered to "The Ship that never sailed". 

Visit West Lothian have a selection of props from the film available to hire free of charge for local community groups. You can find out more on our blog below.

Visit Scotland have produced a handy guide showing all the locations from the Outlaw King film.

You can access it by clicking here.


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