Must see tour for all Game of Thrones Fans.
A must see tour for any Game of Thrones Fan. This tour takes you to several of the locations used in the series and also includes a visit to the Giants Causeway the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland. The tour incorporates the following locations.
The Dark Hedges
A beech tree lined avenue originally planted by the Stuart family in the 18th century , this location can provide an excellent opportunity for stunning photographs.
It was used in Series 2 when Ayra Stark makes her escape as a boy.
Situated along the North Antrim Coast three miles from the Giants Causeway, this beautiful little harbour was the location used when Theron Greyjoy arrived back to the Iron Islands and later where he admires his ship the Sea Bitch.
Larrybane is one of the most sheltered areas along the North Antrim Coast, the former quarry was used in season 2 when Renly and Queen Marjery watched the fight between the Queen’s brother and Brienne of Tarth. The Cliff was in the background of the scene.
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
Although not used in the filming of the series it is one of Northern Irelands best loved attractions. The bridge spans 20 metres across connecting the mainland to Carrick-a-Rede and is owned and maintained by the National Trust.
A 13th Century Medieval ruined Castle surrounded by extreme steep drops . This castle doubled as House of Greyjoy.
Formed over 400 million years ago as a result of the extreme weather conditions in Northern Ireland this location was used in series 2 the unforgettable scene were Melisandra gave birth to the monstrous shadow baby.
UNESCO the worlds heritage site is a must see visit when in Northern Ireland and is incorporated in the Game of Thrones Tour. This is a geological phenomenon with unexplained hexagonal shaped stone.
This tour begins with a pick up from any location within Belfast , please contact directly for a price.