This remote phone box is set in stunning Highland scenery.
Not much more needs to be said about the Edinburgh skyline. Every movie that has used it is still able to capture something different every time.
Plockton on the south side of Loch Carron, Isle of Skye was used extensively for the successful TV series Hamish MacBeth.
Built in 1903, the Wemyss Bay train station and ferry terminal is unique due to its use of glass and steel curves.
The stunning National Trust for Scotland property, Culzean Castle is situated on the rocky Ayrshire coastline. It was used as the castle of Lord Summersisle in The Wicker Man (1973
A stunning fairytale turreted castle. Offers glamour and also the best preserved servants' working areas, basements and attic.
Built between 1758 and 1763 by architect John and James Adam. Paxton House is one of the finest examples of neo-Palladian architecture in the whole of Scotland.
Glasgow's George Square has been used for many film productions. Most recently it (and the surrounding streets) hosted the shooting of World War Z.
This old stationary jet at Prestwick Airport is now available for filming.
Virginia Street in Glasgow is much the same as it was when the city was making its fortune from tobacco and sugar.
Ancient Stirling Castle has been used in productions that range from Kidnapped; Greyfriars Bobby; To End All Wars; Tunes of Glory; Colditz; Burke & Hare and 39 Steps.
A view to Ailsa Craig and the island of Arran. A now uninhabited island formed from the plug of an extinct volcano.
The Quiraing is awesome, a place of wonder and amazement. It has been used in movies such as Highlander and Snow White & the Huntsman.
Alloway and the Robert Burns Memorial Gardens and the Brig O Doon near Ayr.
The old fishing harbour at Dunure on the Ayrshire coast.
Creative Scotland Locations is the National Film Commission for Scotland. We have an extensive database of location images available, so if you are looking for a filming location in Scotland, contact our experienced team who look forward to assisting with your enquiry. Our team have knowledge of everything you need to know about filming in Scotland.
Tell us what you are looking for and we will search our extensive national image library to find the perfect location that matches your brief. Call 0141 3021 724/735 or send us a message.
Need an experienced location manager or scout? We can let you know who is available and what they have already brought to the screen. Contact us, we can put you in touch.
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If you know where you want to film and need to take the next step in making it happen, our regional film offices have the expert local knowledge you need.
A list of Film & TV Office space (PDF) updated in January 2015 with details of available office production space in Scotland.
A list of Film & TV Studio and Buildspace in Scotland (PDF) - updated May 2016.