A Glasgow church has been added to a map detailing Outlander filming locations.

St Andrew’s in the Square in the Merchant City is one of eight new locations which feature in the fourth season of the time-travelling romantic television adventure series starring Caitriona Balfe as Claire Fraser and Sam Heughan as Jamie Fraser.

The Outlander map, created by the national tourism organisation VisitScotland, has been revamped to include more details than ever before such as postcodes and whether the on-screen locations feature parking, toilet facilities, admission fees and eateries.

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St Andrew’s in the Square, Glasgow, stands in for the interior of the Wilmington theatre, North Carolina, in the TV series.

Outlander locations are hugely popular with visitors and the set-jetting map now features 43 of the Scottish locations used in the hit Sony Pictures Television show for fans to explore. The map is available online.

Other locations included in Season Four are:

  • Newhailes House, East Lothian – this 17th century Palladian villa served as Governor Tyron’s home in North Carolina.
  • Beecraigs Country Park, West Lothian –  this 913-acre country park doubled as the North Carolina wilderness.
  • Arniston House, Midlothian – the stately mansion house featured as the entrance and lobby of a Wilmington theatre, North Carolina.
  • Gray Buchanan Park, Polmont – known locally as Parkhill, the woodland alongside the meandering Polmont burn doubled as a Charleston graveyard.
  • The University of Stirling – the walkway between the university buildings doubled as the walkway at Boston Airport.
  • Calderglen Country Park, South Lanarkshire – the park was used as a backdrop when Jamie took Willie on a hunting and fishing trip.
  • Dunkeld House Hotel, Perthshire – the woodlands doubled as the North Carolina wilderness.
  • You can find the interactive online Outlander map here