Game of Thrones Tour for the super fans
Season 1-8 Game of thrones locations now included for 2019
Winter is coming
Enjoy the Ultimate Game of Thrones tour and experience at first hand the wonderful mystery and pageantry of Westeros and Essos as our experienced guide brings you on a Games of Thrones voyage of discovery through a landscape familiar to fans worldwide.
Game of thrones Tour Belfast
Our tailored itinerary enables you to plot a path through the scenic splendours of the seven kingdoms, taking you to the very locations, where so many of the memorable scenes from Games of Thrones were shot.
The Ultimate Game of Thrones tour not only brings to life the drama of the series, but also provides a front row seat at locations stepped in local myth and legend, where ancient Celtic warriors walked long before leading men.
We are happy to discuss the length and content of each tour so we can match your specific needs. The Ultimate Game of Thrones Tour lasts between 7 and 8 hours, and is approximately a 150 mile round trip.
Trip Advisor (December 2015) *****
“Best Experience Ever”
My husband and I are huge GOT fans so we decided to go on the tour. I must say it was completely incredible. The staff, the attention to details, it was well worth the money. An experience of a life time for any Game of Thrones fan. Highly recommended. We will be going again!!!
Price per Person includes:
Pick up and drop off at hotel / location of your choice
Expert guide with you at all times to ensure your tour is both informative and memorable
Stop off for lunch / picnic
Games of Thrones Studio
The tour starts at Game of Thrones Studio, Titanic Quarter, Belfast. You will get a chance to view the Great Hall were key scenes of the world’s most popular HBO series are filmed.
In addition, you will get a chance to view Titanic Belfast, a visitor attraction and a monument to Belfast’s maritime heritage on the site of the former Harland & Wolff shipyard in the city’s Titanic Quarter where the RMS Titanic was built.
It tells the stories of the ill-fated Titanic, which hit an iceberg and sank during her maidenvoyage in 1912, and her sister ships RMS Olympic and HMHS Britannic.
Ned Stark beheads Nightwatch deserter & Season 6 location – Carncastle
A short 30 minute drive takes us to Carncastle where one of the most dramatic scenes from season 1 was filmed.
It was here that Ned Stark beheads the nightwatch deserter in front of the Stark brothers. When Bran, Hodor, Osha & Rickon head north to the Wall, Catelyn Stark captures a Lannister whom she suspects of trying to kill her son. Also featured in season 6.
Game of Thrones Jewellers – Glenarm, Glens of Antrim
A visit to the Glens of Antrim is not complete without a trip to the Steensons fine jewellery workshop, a local craft designer who created Joffery’s Crown and other spectacular Game of Thrones pieces.
At the Steensons you have the opportunity to purchase the famous kings hand pin,stag pin and many other unique pieces.
The tour will also take in Glenarm Castle which has been home to the Earl of Antrim and his family for over 400 years to the present day.
Birth of Shadow Baby -Cushendun ) / Ayra season 6 – Carnlough
Carnlough was used in summer 2015 for season 6 where Ayra struggles to swim in the Harbour.
Take in the stunning scenery of Cushendun and surrounds as we visit the Caves made famous in Season 2 as the birth place of the shadowy baby after orders from Lord Stannis.
Davos Seaworth comes to shore with the red witch Melisandre. These imposing and atmospheric caves will give you a real feel of living and breathing on the set of Game of Thrones.
Queen of Dragons location & season 6 location- Ballycastle
The next stage of the Ultimate Game of Throne’s tour takes us to the location of some of the most memorable scenes filmed including:
Theon Greyjoy and his sister Asha ride on horseback to the road Pkye.
Viserys Targaryen first learns how powerful his sister Khaleesi Dothraki will be as they ride through the grasslands toward Vae Dothrak.
Garden of Bones – where Davos Seaworth is shipwrecked after the battle of Blackwater Bay.
Renly Baratheon’s Camp & Season 6 – Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge
Featured in Vanity Fair Photo shoot for Game of Thrones. Plus this is the location where Brienne Tarth fought for King’s Guard and shadow baby murders Renly. Heavily featured in season 6 also
Are you brave enough to cross the fantastic Carrick-a-rede rope bridge, a 20 metre long, 23 metre drop bridge in the heart of the Causeway Coast.
It was here that Renly Baratheonset up camp and is the meeting place where Catelyn Stark agrees a treaty with Renly and he swears the head of Joffrey for avenge for Lady Stark’s husband Ned.
The tour includes the location of Theon Greyjoy baptism by drowned priest scene. “What is dead may never die, but rises again, harder and stronger.”
World Famous Giant’s Causeway, Unesco World Heritage Site
No tour is complete without a visit to the world renowned Giants Causeway, classified as a Unesco world heritage site. The Giant’s Causeway is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption.
The tops of the columns form stepping stones that lead from the cliff foot and disappear under the sea. Most of the columns are hexagonal, although there are also some with four, five, seven or eight sides.
Whilst at the Giant’s Causewaywe can either visit a local hostelry for lunch or take a picnic if the weather permits in addition to visiting the Giants Causeway Visitor Centre or taking a brief walk to the stones.
Dorne Season 5 & Pyke Castle – Dunluce Castle
The castle is surrounded by extremely steep drops on either side, which may have been an important factor to the early Christians and Vikings who were drawn to this place where an early Irish fort once stood. In Game of Throne terms Dunluce Castle is known as House of Greyjoy, ruler of the Iron Islands (“We Do Not Sow”).
Dorne is where Jamie Lannister and Bron are captured. Close to the Giant’s Causeway is Dunluce Castle (from Irish Dún Libhse), a now-ruined medieval castle accessible via a bridge connecting it to the mainland.
Built in the 13th century by Ricard Og de Burg with 9 metre towers and stone solid wall this was a must for Game of Thrones
Lordsport / Stormlands in Game of Thrones & Season 6 – Ballintoy Harbour
The final stage of our tour takes us to Lordsport Harbour (Iron Islands) where Theon Greyjoy arrives home after a decade away and meets his sister Asha.
Davos met Salladhor Sann the pirate who pledges himself to Stannis Baratheon.
Ballingtoy Harbour was built to export Lime around the world. The harbour was used as Lordsport for Theo Greyjoy’s return to the Iron Islands and also the location where Theo Greyjoy is baptised and also features in season 6 of the epic Game of Thrones Drama.
King’s Road & Sandy Bay & GOT caves
We also get a chance to visit the location of Dark Hedges, Kings road. This is a famous location set where Arya dressed as a boy, escapes from Kings landing with Hot pie, Yoren & Gendry.
The natural phenomenon of beech tree’s where planted over 200 years ago and have been haunted by the Grey Lady, a lost spirit from a near-by abandoned graveyard.
This is the location where the Red Witch sets fire to the traitors and also the caves have featured in season 6 of the HBO Drama.
The price for this once in a lifetime experience is only:
£360 for 1 to 2 people in a London cab
£390 for luxury Mercedes car for 1 to 3 people (Full leather and Air Conditioning)
£400 for MPV 4 to 5 People all front facing seats with Air Conditioning
£450 for MPV 6 to 7 People all front facing seats with Air Conditioning
All coach requests please contact us
Duration: 7 Hours