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Are you excited to get on a luxury coach and travel around Northern Ireland to see some of the iconic filming locations of 'Game of Thrones'? Northern Ireland was used while shooting many scenes for the infamous 'Game of Thrones', a series loved by all. The HBO show won fans across the world, and this tour aims to give these people an experience to remember. Those who have watched the battles, seen dragons fly in the sky, and have watched the political unravelling of 'Game of Thrones' will love this tour of the filming locations of the show; they will be able to recreate scenes themselves. This all-day guided tour around the countryside of Northern Ireland is one to look out for, as you will see 'Game of Thrones' locations like Cushendun, Dunluce Castle, and the stunning Dark Hedges from the show.
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About The Game of Thrones Filming Locations Trip
What do you see on the Game of Thrones Filming Locations tour?
If you love 'Game of Thrones', you probably know about King's Landing and Iron Islands. These Game of Thrones tours give you a glimpse of the filming locations of the brilliant show.
Sit in a luxury coach with your entertaining and qualified guide (who speaks English fluently) and take a Game of Thrones tour to the filming locations of the North Antrim coast, such as Carnlough Village, Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge, Giant's Causeway and Visitor Centre, Cushendun Caves, Fullerton Arms, Dunluce Castle, and Dark Hedges. You can even cross the Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge, but this requires an extra fee which can be paid on the day of the sightseeing tour. You can even visit Larrybane, but remember, it is only open from March to October.
'Game of Thrones' is one of the best fantasy shows ever made, and Northern Ireland has had a great part in making the show look realistic and engaging. Northern Ireland has Titanic Studios in Belfast (Titanic Studios are where the Iron Throne and Great Hall of the Red Keep can be seen), Cushendun Caves, Ballintoy Harbour, Murlough Bay, Castle Ward (Winterfell Castle), Antrim plateau, Inch Abbey, Larrybane, and Downhill Strand, which were used in filming many episodes of the show. Join a Game of Thrones tour now to see each one of them and feel nostalgic about Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen and Tyrion Lannister. See Iron Islands and Dunluce Castle during the many Game of Thrones tours offered in Northern Ireland. Visit the harbour which Theon Greyjoy used to return to the Iron Islands from Winterfell.
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Did you know that 'Game of Thrones' has been shot around Europe, North America, and Africa? In season one, the show was shot in Malta and Northern Ireland, while in season two, the show was shot in Croatia, Northern Ireland, and Iceland. The Wall was filmed at Svínafellsjökull Glacier, Iceland.
There were several 'Game of Thrones' scenes that were shot in the UK, especially in Northern Ireland and Scotland.
What age is the trip suitable for?
The tour is suitable for everyone who wants some 'Game of Thrones' action for themselves. Children need to be accompanied by adults on the tours with valid tickets.
How long is the Game of Thrones Filming Locations trip?
The total duration of the tour is eight hours or eight hours and 30 minutes. You should be back in Belfast by 6:30 p.m. from March to October and 06:00 p.m. from November to February.
What's the best time to go on a Game of Thrones filming locations tour?
You can travel whenever you like, as these tours are active all year round.
You can also choose to go to Dunluce Castle in County Antrim. Some important scenes were shot in this castle in County Antrim, which is only two hours away from Dublin. Check out these Game of Thrones tours for more details.
Antrim has its own history of grand battles. Learn more about them from your guide on these sightseeing tours.
What can I expect from the Game of Thrones Filming Locations trip?
Expect to dive into the world of 'Game of Thrones' with a filming location tour of Northern Ireland and Belfast. The Northern Irish countryside is waiting for you to go on this Game of Thrones tour around the country, and you can recreate scenes from season one to season eight. Check out places on this tour like Cushendun, Dunluce Castle, and the striking Dark Hedges.
Take the coach on an all-day tour of famous filming locations around the town of Antrim. This is where Westeros was brought to life, so make sure to buckle up as 'winter is coming'. Check out the caves where Melisandre birthed her shadow baby, visit the Greyjoy castle, and much more. Get your cameras ready for selfies as you won't get many better chances to recreate 'Game of Thrones' than during these sightseeing tours.
End the tour with a tour of the spectacular Dark Hedges. This is King's Road's most famous spot, and everyone should tour this location at least once.
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Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs
Where does the Game of Thrones Filming Locations tour start?
The starting point of the tour is from the Irish Tour tickets Shop in Belfast. Show your ticket there 15 minutes before departure.
The address of the starting point is 10 Great Victoria St, Belfast BT2 7BA, United Kingdom.
How do I get to the tour's departure point?
If you are travelling from London to the starting location in Belfast, take the M40 to reach the destination in 10 hours. It is 470 mi (756 km) from London, and this is the fastest route if you are travelling by private vehicle. You can also take the M6 road for a travel time of around 10 hours 30 minutes and a distance of 488 mi (785 km).
There is also an option to reach Belfast by air from all cities in the UK.
You can also travel via bus to Belfast from all major cities in the country.
The nearest train station is Great Victoria Street, which is just a minute away from the meeting location.
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Where can I park?
The nearest car parks are Parking Aircoach, Belfast, Great Northern Multi-Storey Car Park, and Albert Street Coach Parking.
Where are the toilet facilities on the tour?
You will find toilets at most locations.
Contact the booking office for information on accessible toilets on the coaches.
Is the tour accessible?
Most locations are accessible to wheelchair users, however, double-check while booking your tickets.
Where can I eat on the tour?
You won't be provided with food and drinks on the tour. Here are some great recommendations for families near the pick-up point in Belfast: Actons Restaurant, The Ginger Bistro, Hope Street Restaurant Belfast, Yugo, James St, Howard Street, Bella Vita, and more.
You can also try getting food near the filming locations in Antrim. Here are some recommendations: Top Of The Town, Baan Thai, and Munal Tandoori Restaurant.