Visit GOT Filming Locations
Visit iconic GOT locations, including the city of Braavos, the Keep of House Greyjoy, The 'Dark Hedges' of the King’s Road, and more.
Visit the House of Greyjoy (otherwise known as the Dunluce Castle) where you can hear the family's affairs echoing.
Bring your dream of being a part of the series to life by dressing up as your favourite character! (No extra charge).
We can stop for lunch at Fullerton Arms and give you the opportunity to sit on the Iron Throne! A great photo opportunity.
Why Choose this Tour
Your expert guide will weave stories of Irish myth and history that undoubtedly give these GOT filming locations their otherworldly magic
Fully customizable tour, which can include a stop at the Giant’s Causeway
Small private groups travel in the new touring specification 9 and 19 seat Mercedes vehicles with excellent comfort, elevated vantage out of the windows and unlimited Wi-Fi.
This location was used for many scenes in Game of Thrones including the defences of Castle Black during the battle of Blackwater Bay, Hardhome and the Wall.
There is no public access to the quarry but the location was used extensively in season 8 when a massive green screen was erected and many of the final season’s battle scenes were shot there.
The quaint seaside town of Carnlough was known in the series as the free city of Braavos. Arya finds Jaqen H’ghar here and learns how to become an assassin.
In season 6, when she is attacked by the waif from the fearless men, Arya drags herself up the iconic steps of Carnlough Harbour to reach safety. We’ll pass these steps and learn about the most iconic GOT moments that have happened here — a must-see spot on any Game of Thrones Tour in Ireland.
The picturesque village of Cushendun, along the Causeway Coastal Route, is an important Game of Thrones’ filming location in Ireland. The wild coastline serves as the background for ships sailing from Westeros in the series and, if you venture slightly farther, you’ll find the caves where Melisandre gives birth to a murderous shadow baby in season 2.
This is also where Jamie Lannister has his last fight on his failed attempt to save Cersei in Game of Thrones Season 8
Larrybane Limestone Quarry plays a big role in season 2 and 6 of Game of Thrones.
It is the location of Renly Baratheon’s camp in season 2, and the place where Brienne of Tarth proves herself in single combat against Ser Loras of the Flowers. But that’s not all. Much has happened in this limestone quarry: Littlefinger sought out Catelyn Stark who arrived to negotiate with King Renly; and when Euron realises that his niece and nephew have stolen his ships, Rathlin island provides the perfect backdrop for his escaping fleet!
FULLERTON (LUNCH STOP)
We can include a stop at The Fullerton Arms, a hotel in which many of the cast have stayed while filming. The hotel not only serves good food but also boasts a themed dining room with its very own Iron Throne. Pose for a photo and then stop to admire door 6, a beautiful piece made from a tree from the Dark Hedges and dedicated to Drogon, Denaerys’ favourite dragon.
The small town of Ballintoy, close to the Giant’s Causeway on the North Antrim coast, is used for exterior shots of Pyke, capital of the Iron Islands. It is here where Theon Greyjoy returns from Winterfell to start negotiations with his father Balon. As this region is difficult to access, we’ll enjoy a quiet tour away from large coaches. Explore the area and, as you look out over the ocean, imagine embarking on a quest to rival those of the series.
One of the most popular stops on our private day tours to Northern Ireland from Dublin is also the most visited natural site in the north of the island, Giant’s Causeway. Volcanic activity tens of millions of years ago produced a unique field of flat-topped and ruggedly symmetrical stones lying between craggy peaks and the roiling sea. This unique attraction is the only UNESCO world heritage site in Northern Ireland and many consider it one of the eight natural wonders of the world.
The spectacular rock formation is named after an Irish myth your driver will be happy to share with you on the way. Created more than 60 million years ago after a series of volcanic eruptions, leaving 40,000 interlocking basalt columns up to 12 metres high, it is best known for its distinctive rock formations that span nearly 18 miles (29kms) of coastline.
You cannot afford to miss a visit the Giant’s Causeway while in Northern Ireland.
Next stop is the House of Greyjoy! Dunluce Castle was built by the McQuillan family around 1500. It is located on the top of sheer-sided cliffs 100 feet above the ocean – the perfect location for one of the Great Houses of Westeros. The Castle’s dramatic history of violence, intrigue and rebellion is matched by the scandal and betrayal committed by the Greyjoys in Game of Thrones.
The Stuart family planted this beautiful avenue of beech trees in the 18th century. They couldn’t have known the worldwide interest their now-famous beech trees would
achieve. More than two centuries later, they starred as the King’s Road in Game of Thrones.