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Game of Thrones Filming Locations Tour from Belfast including Giants Causeway

Highlights
  • Comprehensive tour of all of Northern Ireland's Game of Thrones filming locations
  • Travel with a guide and fellow GOT fans
  • Time to explore each stop while listening to behind-the-scenes facts
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Game of Thrones Filming Locations Tour from Belfast including Giants Causeway
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Game of Thrones Filming Locations Tour from Belfast including Giants Causeway
US$33.25
Overview

If you're a fan of hit TV show Game of Thrones, this tour of the show's filming locations in Northern Ireland is for you. These sites are spread out and not often indicated on a map, so traveling with a guided tour is the best way to find and learn about them. Listen to your guide talk about behind-the-scenes facts and insider filming stories, little known to the general public, while comparing the on-screen and real-life locations. Plus, a stop at the UNESCO-listed Giant's Causeway lets you tick off one of Ireland's top attractions. 

What to Expect

Meet your guide and fellow Game of Thrones fans at a central Belfast location to board your tour vehicle.

Settle into your seat on the tour bus and set out for Carrickfergus Castle, where you'll compare real-life history with onscreen representations. Next up is Camlough Harbor, which you may recognize from season six.

Take in the scenery along the Antrim Coast, while your driver takes care of navigation, and listen to your guide's behind-the-scenes commentary on the creepy scene filmed in the Cushendun Caves. At the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, you can opt to walk it (own expense) or snap photos of the famous crossing, also used in the sixth season.

Travel to Larrybane, where one of Brienne of Tarth's most important scenes was filmed, and then to the Giant's Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Your guide will fill you in on the geological formation of these unusual basalt columns and the legends it inspired.

The day's last two stops are Dunlace Castle, used as House Greyjoy, and Dark Hedges, styled in the show as the King's Road.

Return to Belfast for drop-off, relaxing and enjoying the scenery on the way back.

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Reviewed 1 week ago
Had such a fantastic day!

This tour was awesome! Did this on our very first day in Northern Ireland because it covered so many of the places we wanted to go, as well as giving us inspiration for further trips. Sharleen was a great guide - really funny, so full...More

1  Thank tusiak
Reviewed 1 week ago
Fantastic!

The GOT tour was absolutely fantastic. It definitely exceded our expectations. Both our guide Brian and our driver Kevin knew what they were doing and were very nice guys. We loved how Brian managed to tell us about the locations of the GOT series that...More

Thank FPPV
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Game of thrones and giants causeway tour

Just got back from our brilliant tour with our tour guides ed and shamack. This tour is a must do if your a game of thrones fan or even if not. Ed was a brilliant tour guide, the great Irish hospitality shone through him like...More

Thank Luke R
Reviewed 1 week ago
Definite must do! Even if you’re not a Game of Thrones fan

We booked this tour on the morning of our trip at The Irish Tours Office. If you’re doing the same get there early as we were lucky to get on. Our guide, Ed, and our driver, Robert, were both brilliant. They both made everyone welcome...More

1  Thank Pambolina
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Game of thrones tour.

We booked the game of thrones tour including the giants causeway , it was an amazing day. Firstly the guide Ed and the driver were very welcoming, they explained the itinerary, they were engaging and open , we visited all of the sets used in...More

Thank Kevin T
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Cynthia M
13 July 2018|
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Response from ptraveller1 | Reviewed this property |
I would say about 45. The bus driver was a great multitasker and very accommodating. It really did not feel like as many people as you would expect.
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Desigrl666
22 May 2018|
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Response from telegrau | Reviewed this property |
You should contact the office directly. I am not aware of any packages but you can always ask. They are very accommondating.
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NoTearsTT
16 May 2018|
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Response from Laura T | Reviewed this property |
Hi the bus arrived back in Belfast outside the Opera House at 6:10. They said it’s usually 6:30 latest. Hope this helps
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