The ultimate treat for Game of Thrones fans! Experience Westeros in all its glory as you visit the filming locations of the popular HBO series on the beautiful North Antrim Coast.
Your guide will not only focus on the scenes shot in these locations but also connect it with the real history of the places making it interesting for the casual viewer and superfan alike.
As a bonus, also get set to visit the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in this region, the Giant’s Causeway.
Till 31 Oct 2017:Daily
From 01 Nov 2017:Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Approx 8 hoursStart time
Irish Tour Tickets shop, 10 Great Victoria Street, Belfast BT2 7BA
Same as the start point
Begin your Game of Thrones Location Tour from the meeting point. The sequence of the tour is as follows:
Titanic Studio's: Home to season 1 of the popular TV show, the studio contains one of the world’s largest ‘stage sets’ used in the creation of Game of Thrones. And not to forget, it also houses the Iron Throne!
Carrickfergus Castle: Visit this medieval castle that can be safely said to be the most impressive in all of Westeros! The castle has witnessed several murders, sieges and executions in its long history that incredibly connects it to the fictional accounts of the series.
Carnlough Village: It was here that Arya Stark braved the cold waters in season 6 of Game of Thrones.
Cushendun Caves: The incredibly rugged yet dark and eerie caves was the spot where Melisandre gave birth to the shadow assassin in season 3.
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge: The site was used for the scenes depicting Renly Baratheon’s war camp. Take some inspiration from your favourite series and gather courage to cross the swinging Carrick-a-rede Rope bridge which spans a chasm some 30 metres deep and 20 metres wide.
Larrybane: A favourite for Game of Thrones, much has happened in this limestone quarry, from Brienne of Tarth defeating Ser Loras of the Flowers to Littlefinger seeking out Catelyn Stark when she arrives to negotiate with King Renly.
Giant’s Causeway: The site has no direct connection with the TV series, but a Northern Ireland tour is incomplete without visiting this natural wonder. View its incredible polygonal rock formations caused by a volcanic eruption 60 million years ago. However, the place borrows its name from a typically Irish legend claiming that the columns were sculpted by a giant named Finn McCool.
Dunluce Castle: The House of Greyjoy, ruler of the Iron Islands is best represented by this medieval castle surrounded by breathtaking scenery.
The Dark Hedges: Depicted as Kings Road in Game of Thrones, drive amidst these mysterious stand of trees that has an interesting legend linked to it.
At the end of the tour, you will be dropped off at the original departure point in Belfast.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour to confirm all details.
Free city centre hotel pickups available on request (24 hours’ notice is required before departure)
Voucher information: No need to print! If you are travelling with a smartphone or tablet you can present your voucher on your device for this activity upon collecting your tickets.
I definitely recommend to anyone that is a GoT fan, but it is also a brilliant way to view the coastal areas....Kay Hawkins, United Kingdom, 24/May/2018
Nice tour guide, nice trip!...Minfei Wen, United Kingdom, 07/Nov/2017
I brought my mum along, which hasn't watched GoT, and she still enjoyed it a lot!! The guide was really funny. The places were incredible. We got enough time to visit every place...Areda Elezi, United Kingdom, 24/Sep/2017
Though my booking base on The Giant Causeway and Games of Thrones, it ALSO coveris so many other tourist attractions. BellyCastle, Rope Bridge, Dark Hedges, Cengenbeck Castle, A fishing Village, CavenDun Village...