Game of Thrones Locations including Castle Ward - Full Day Tour from Belfast

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Castle Ward. The castle grounds appear in the early episodes as Winterfell's courtyard where King Robert Baratheon's party arrives. A replica of Winterfell's archery range can be found here.
Castle Ward. The castle grounds appear in the early episodes as Winterfell's courtyard where King Robert Baratheon's party arrives. A replica of Winterfell's archery range can be found here.
Tollymore Forest Park
Tollymore Forest Park
Tollymore Forest Park main gate. The Tollymore Forest Park was used as the Haunted Forest as well as the setting where the Starks found their direwolves
Tollymore Forest Park main gate. The Tollymore Forest Park was used as the Haunted Forest as well as the setting where the Starks found their direwolves
Tollymore Forest Park
Tollymore Forest Park
Audley's Castle. The backdrop of this 15th century fortification was used as Robb Stark's camp in the Riverlands and where Jaime Lannister was held for a time.
Audley's Castle. The backdrop of this 15th century fortification was used as Robb Stark's camp in the Riverlands and where Jaime Lannister was held for a time.
Tollymore Forest Park
Tollymore Forest Park
Inch Abbey. In these ruins, Lady Catelyn and Robb Stark discover Ned Stark's fate and Robb was made King in the North. The abbey also served as the backdrop of Walder Frey's twin castles in the Riverlands.
Inch Abbey. In these ruins, Lady Catelyn and Robb Stark discover Ned Stark's fate and Robb was made King in the North. The abbey also served as the backdrop of Walder Frey's twin castles in the Riverlands.
Inch Abbey
Inch Abbey
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What To Expect

Travel south of Belfast to see the fantasy lands of Winterfell and Riverrun and explore the areas of Wolfswood and Haunted Forest. Enter the world of Westeros as you visit over 10 locations featured in seasons 1 to 6 of the top HBO series Game of Thrones.

Highlights

  • Get inside gossip from an actor who has appeared in the TV series as an extra

  • Discover the film set used for Winterfell

  • See the burial place of the patron saint of Ireland - Saint Patrick

  • See over 12 locations from Series 1-4

Specifications

Type:
Tours in Ireland
Departs From:
Belfast
Meeting Point:
Outside Visit Belfast Tourist Office
Duration:
8 hours and 30 minutes
Availability:
Friday at 9:30 AM
Product Code:
12685
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Description

Journey into Westeros and see iconic sites from the hugely popular Game of Thrones HBO series, which was adapted from George Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" novels.

Enjoy the day with your knowledgeable local guide, who is a fan of both the books and TV series. Recall incredible tales of legend and discover inside gossip on the cast and crew!

Departing from central Belfast, your journey begins as you stop at the Riverlands to see where Catelyn Stark had to tell Robb that his father was executed at the hands of King Joffrey. You will also see the scarred tree that Robb hit repeatedly with his sword upon hearing about his father's death.

At our next stop, pay your respects to Hoster Tully, the former head of House Tully and see the waterside funeral location where Edmure lived up to his reputation. See the 19th century castle location that stood in for Riverrun itself.

We then continue to Winterfell, the capital of the North. See where King Robert Baratheon was met by Ned Stark and where the Stark boys trained and grew up. Find the archery range where Theon Greyjoy beheaded Ser Rodrik. Guests who wish to step into the shoes of Arya or Bran can try their hand at archery in full costume!*

See the camp where Robb Stark also hoped to pass through the Twins and where Brienne of Tarth confronted three of Stark's soldiers when they recognized Jaime Lannister.

Make a stop to the burial place of Ireland's patron saint, St Patrick before continuing your way further up north towards the forest location where six young direwolf pups are given to the Stark children. Be careful of the White Walkers!

Head back to Belfast where you'll be dropped off at the center of the city.

Includes

  • Transport

  • Guide

  • Admissions

Excludes

  • Archery and costume hire*

  • Meals and drinks

  • Personal expenses

  • Tips and gratuities

  • Optional activity costs

Please Note

  • All sales are final and non-refundable.

-*Archery costume is an additional cost of GBP 12.00 per person. Price is subject to change without prior notice.

  • Children below 3 years old are required by law to be in a suitable car seat. The local tour operator will not be able to provide these seats and it is the duty of the parent/guardian to bring one so the infant will be able to participate in the tour.

Cancellation Policy

  • 100% cancellation fee. Non-refundable.

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