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2-Day Jacobite Experience including the Hogwarts Express

Highlights
  • Overnight trip combining stunning Highland scenery with tales of Jacobite history
  • Ride on the famous Jacobite Steam Train, better known as Hogwarts Express in the Harry Potter films
  • Enjoy a scenic drive through the Cairngorm National Park
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2-Day Jacobite Experience including the Hogwarts Express
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Overview
This 2-day heritage tour of the Scottish Highlands features historic locations linked to the Jacobite movement of 18th-century Scotland. Visit the village of Dunkeld, drive through Cairngorm National Park to Loch Ness, and stay overnight in Fort Augustus. You’ll ride to Mallaig aboard the Jacobite steam train, featured as the Hogwarts Express in the popular Harry Potter films. Along the way, hear tales of battles fought by the Jacobites — supporters of the exiled King James II.
What to Expect
This small-group tour of the Scottish Highlands offers a historical spin on the region; your guide regales you with tales of the Jacobite army, which led several 18th-century rebellions in Scotland under the exiled court of King James II. Along with visits to Loch Ness, Dunkeld and Mallaig, you’ll enjoy a Jacobite steam train ride, aka the Hogwarts Express.

Travel in the personalized comfort of a minivan, and stay overnight at a hotel or B&B accommodation in Fort Augustus, including breakfast.
Reviews (133)
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Amazing Jacobite Tour

My daughter and I had a fantastic couple of days on this 2 day Tour with Steven B (B for Better he told us) as our guide. It’s amazing how much can be fitted into just two days and yet you never feel in a...More

1  Thank triciarobb40
Reviewed 6 days ago
Fascinating Scottish History Experience

We very much enjoyed the two-day tour of the Highlands with tour guide and driver, Steven B. His rich knowledge and courtesy made the trip very memorable. The tour involves a lot of driving in a small bus for 16. We could not enjoy the...More

Thank Kurt W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Stress from way to see the Highlands

This was a great trip. Comfortable bus with an absolutely hilarious guide - Steven B. Did a great job of keep us entertained as we covered a lot of ground in two days. Well worth it to have someone else driving ( on the other...More

1  Thank RosanneB144
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
What a wonderful way to experience Scotland

This trip was great. My second trip with this company. I did this one with my parents as a stress free way to show them Scotland and we were accommodated so well. Steven B was a wonderful tour guide, he is an expert story teller...More

1  Thank Talie J
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Too short

We took the 2-day "Jacobite Steam Train and Glencoe" trip leaving from Edinburg. It was a small, modern and clean bus (20 persons); excellent driver. Beautiful scenery and the train was thrilling for our potter-fan (and also for non-potter fans). Regrettable was that we passed...More

1  Thank HannahS4045
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Megan O
21 September 2018|
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Response from Natalie H | Reviewed this property |
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Response from JimDC28 | Reviewed this property |
We were in second class and I'd say the seats were ok, From our photos the material looked in good condition and don't recollect them being uncomfortable although they are only bench seats. I'd describe the carriage as... More
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1 September 2018|
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Response from Jewels2111 | Reviewed this property |
You catch the train again, back to Fort William where your bus will be.
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