Dreading Droughtlander? Dinna fash. Thanks to Historic Latta Plantation, you can cope by celebrating the novels and show with fellow fans at a fabulous party!
The Frasers come face to face with slavery in colonial North Carolina. Read on to learn about three N.C. sites where you can learn about the lives of enslaved people.
In the season four premiere of the Starz hit show, we meet royal Governor William Tryon. Now, check out Tryon Palace and learn how you can visit!
God's Acre is a Moravian burial ground that dates to the 18th century in Salem, the community where the Frasers visited to trade and purchase goods.
When you explore Fraser's Ridge Country in North Carolina, the Blue Ridge Parkway is a must. Here's an outing of which botany-loving Claire Fraser would approve.
For fans in North Carolina, Winston-Salem was the epicenter for all things Outlander on Sept. 10, the day of the season three premiere of Outlander on Starz. Here's a recap of author Diana Gabaldon's speech at a literary festival and Historic Bethabara Park's Outlander-inspired shindig.
The last completed book in the Outlander series ends in the midst of the Revolutionary War. While we await book nine, why not brush up on your local Revolutionary War history by attending a battle reenactment?
Jamie Fraser and Roger MacKenzie were in Charlotte the day the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence was signed! Meet Capt. Jack, who is a critical piece of the Meck Dec story, and discover sites you can visit in Charlotte to learn more about him.