You voted for G and Game Of Thrones came out on top. I couldn’t think of a more awesome G in terms of movie, career and tourism legacy for the whole Game of Thrones Territory. HBO’s decision to film much of the series here was a game changer.
A whole new tourist industry has appeared with attractions and activities popping up around key filming locations.
The Antrim & Causeway Coast Filming Locations
Head to the Antrim Coast and the Causeway coast for many of the outdoor filming locations including The Dark Hedges. A beautiful avenue of Beech Trees used in Season 2 Episode 1. Used in the scene where Arya escaped King’s Landing along the Kimgsroad.
Other key filming locations on the route:
- Portstewart Strand - Season 5 Episode 4
- Downhill Beach - Season 2 Episode 1
- Binevenagh - Season 6 Episode 1
- Fair Head - Season 7 Episode 3, 5 & 6
- Ballintoy - Season 2 Episode 2 & 3, Season 6 episode 5
- Larrybane - Season 2 Episode 3
- Murlough Bay - Season 2 Episode 4 & Season 5 Episode 6
- Cushendun Caves - Season 2 Episode 4
- Galboly - Season 5 episode 1 & Season 6 Episode 4
- Carnlough Harbour - Season 6 Episode 7
Glass of Thrones Trail
Follow the Glass of Thrones Trail in Belfast in the Titanic Quarter, and pass by the Titanic Studios where much of the filming took place. The trail starts as you cross over the Lagan Weir Bridge and consists of stained glass windows depicting scenes from each season of the series. Stand on the plinth and get a photo, they are colourful and epic!
Game of Thrones Studio Tour
Visit the World’s only official GoT Studio Tour near Banbridge. The tour was recently nominated as one of Europe’s Leading Tourist Attractions at World Travel Awards. Book tickets online and head to the pickup point at The Boulevard and be transferred by coach to the 7 Kingdoms. Find out more
A Winterfell Experience at Castle Ward.
Just 45 minutes from the Studio Tour is Ireland’s premier outdoor GoT Tour visitor attraction. Meet real-life Direwolf Dogs & explore over 20 key Game of Thrones tour filming location hotspots on the ancient sprawling demesne of Old Castle Ward. Get your photo taken peering through the castle window Bran Stark was pushed from....And firing arrows in the Winterfell Archery Range Film Set location in exact same spot Jon Snow stood back in Season One. Find out more.
Journey of Doors
A series of specially commissioned doors were made from the wood of fallen Dark Hedges trees and placed near filming locations. Find out more.