• Game of Thrones Tour

    Game of Thrones Tour

    Winter is coming again! Take a Game of Thrones location tour and include the thrilling new Game of Thrones Studio Tour, opening late 2020!

  • Game of Thrones Tour

    Game of Thrones Tour

    Winter is coming again! Take a Game of Thrones location tour and include the thrilling new Game of Thrones Studio Tour, opening late 2020!

  • Game of Thrones Tour

    Game of Thrones Tour

    Winter is coming again! Take a Game of Thrones location tour and include the thrilling new Game of Thrones Studio Tour, opening late 2020!

Game of Thrones Tour

Visit breath-taking locations across Northern Ireland, from this acclaimed fantasy drama, where Kings, Queens, knights and nobles fight for power and from November 2020, you will be able to visit the best sets from the Seven Kingdoms as part of the new Studio Tour.

Highlights

  • The new Game of Thrones Studio Tour opens in late 2020 and promises all the most breath-taking sets from the Seven Kingdoms, including Kings Landing, Winterfell, Dragonstone and The Wall, plus realms across the Narrow Sea. Also on display will be props and costumes. 
  • Visit Castle Ward, the location for Winterfell. Dress in Game of Thrones costume and enjoy an archery experience at the Winterfell archery range.
  • Cushunden Caves, which double as The Stormlands and where Melisandre gave birth to a shadow baby.
  • Renly's Camp in the Stormlands. 
  • Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, used in several scenes.
  • The Dark Hedges (the Kingsroad), an iconic tunnel of interlocking beach trees, through which Arya Stark escaped from Kings Landing.
  • Meet the Direwolves who were adopted by the Stark children in Season 1 and see the wilding pit.
  • The Iron Islands beach where Theon Greyjoy dedicated his faith to the 'Drowned God' and Dunluce Castle, the 17th century ruins that appeared as the exterior of the House of Greyjoy.
  • Enjoy horse riding on Dragonstone, where Melisandre burnt the effigies of the Seven Gods of Westeros.
  • Inch Abbey, where Catelyn and Robb Stark hear of Eddard's death and where Robb's bannermen declare him the 'King in the North'.
  • Tollymore Forest (the Haunted Forest), location for the Night’s Watch encounter with the White Walkers in the very first scene of the series and where the Starks find the Direwolf pups. 
  • Glenariff, a plunging valley surrounded by stunning waterfalls and walking trails, which features as the practice ground at Runestone.
  • Mourne Mountains, used as the entrance to Vaes Dothrak, city of the Dothraki, plus the lands north of Winterfell where Bran first meets Jojen and Meera. 

 

Inch Abbey

Photo credits:

Slideshow: The Dark Hedges (The Kingsroad) © Tourism Northern Ireland; Castle Ward (Winterfell) © Tourism Northern Ireland; Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge © National Trust Images/Rod Edwards.

Photos to the right of the tour: Inch Abbey © Discover Northern Ireland; Tollymore Park Forest © Tourism Ireland

  • The guide was terrific, knowledgeable and fun from beginning to end! Thank you, Lana and Tours International, for the trip of a lifetime!

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