See Game of Thrones® filming locations in Northern Ireland.
We offer two terrific tour itineraries – visit our website for full details and book the one that suits you best!
Option 1: All aboard for Westeros – Head north from Belfast along the Antrim Coast
This specialist Game of Thrones tour has been designed for fans of the TV series produced by HBO.
We have partnered with the company who worked with the production team on Game of Thrones®, providing transport to and from filming locations so have unrivalled expertise and knowledge.
This tour operates every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday and is available as a private tour for your group – simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
for rates and more info, or book online.
Transport yourself on-board our coach to 'The Kingsroad' and join us for a day visiting the main filming locations featured in this phenomenal series.
Our coach tour will be limited to 30 passengers per day – allowing us to use a smaller coach to visit these intimate locations. Because of this we strongly recommend booking early to guarantee your seat!
The day will include:
Check-in at 9.15am our office which is in Belfast International Youth Hostel, and 9.30am at the corner of Glengall Street – Grand Opera House Stage Door.
We travel along a large portion of the Causeway Coastal Route to the small coastal town of Ballycastle – Game of Thrones® fans will know this is the native home of Lady Catelyn Stark and Varys!
Our first stop of the day is Cushendun, where we visit the Cave which featured Melisandre giving birth to the shadow creature.
Our next stop and real wow location is The Kingsroad, locally known as The Dark Hedges.
Ballintoy/Lordsport Harbour is the next port of call, where so many scenes have been filmed.
We’re ready for lunch by now, and we’ll stop at cosy Fullerton Arms in Ballintoy. This stop is very popular amongst Game of Thrones® fans, as it has been known to host some of the cast on cold and windy days! You might even hear a story or two from the staff who have also bumped into some of the series’ biggest stars!
We then move on to Larrybane, where several major scenes were filmed, and it’s at Larrybane where Renly swears to Lady Stark that he will avenge Ned’s death, but meets his end at the hands of the shadow creature conjured up in those caves you visited in Cushendun.
Our last stop of the day is at The Giant’s Causeway, which, although it doesn’t directly feature in the series, you can’t visit this area without squeezing in a stop here!
Option 2: Winterfell is Coming – Head south to County Down
Tour departs Every Tuesday & Friday at 9.30am.
Join this tour at the Europa Hotel on Great Victoria Street.
Given the success and popularity of our Westeros tour we are delighted to now offer this alternative option.
Tour Highlights will include:
Tollymore Forest Park – This is where the White Walker ambush took place and where the direwolf pups were first found.
We have a lunch stop in the picturesque seaside town of Newcastle – famous for being where the Mountains of Mourne meet the sea. The cost of the lunch is not included in the tour rate.
Inch Abbey – We then move on to where Lady Catelyn Stark hears of Ned's death and where Robb was crowned King of the North.
Audley's Castle & Castle Ward Estate – The highlight of the tour. This is a very recognisable location to fans of the show and is where King Robert Baratheon arrived at Winterfell. It has also featured in loads of other scenes featuring the Stark family.
This tour is incredibly popular so pre-booking is highly advisable. You can book online easily using the booking area.
These tours are independently operated by Belfast City Sightseeing. They are not sponsored, endorsed, or affiliated with HBO or anyone associated with 'Game of Thrones'.