Game Of Thrones Studio & Locations Tour
5 Days Away - 2021
Winter is coming! Think you’re a Game of Thrones fan? You know nothing until you’ve experienced our four-day break dedicated to this iconic book and television series. We combine a trip to the brand-new Game of Thrones Studio Tour in Northern Ireland with a guided coach tour to discover some of the best-loved filming locations during a scenic drive along the rugged coastline. There’s even the chance to discover the Giant's Causeway and Belfast during this unmissable getaway – don’t miss out!
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- Return coach travel and ferry crossings
- 3 nights at the 3-star Ramada by Wyndham, Belfast with dinner & breakfast
- Admission to the Game of Thrones Studio Tour
- Guided Game of Thrones Filming Locations Tour by coach
- Free excursion to the Giant's Causeway
- Free time in Belfast
Game of Thrones TourGame of Thrones Tour
Game of Thrones Studio TourGame of Thrones Studio Tour
‘Summers span decades. Winters can last a lifetime. And the struggle for the Iron Throne begins!’
Kings and queens, knights and renegades, gentle maidens and faceless assassins step this way! This is your chance to discover the secrets behind the making of one of the best-loved book and television series on the planet.
Situated just south of Belfast, Linen Mill Studios in Banbridge is home to the brand-new Game of Thrones Studio Tour where we have plenty of time to explore during our self-guided visit. Join us as we’re transported behind the scenes of The Seven Kingdoms and delve into the incredible methods used to realise the lands of Westeros as a living, (fire-)breathing continent on screen.
From the craftsmanship and incredible details of the costumes and props to the sets and magical visual effects that helped bring even the most unbelievable moments to vivid life, this is a must-visit for all GOT fans that are curious about how the mythical dragons and blood-drenched battles were created and became some of the most unforgettable moments in television history.
Stand in Winterfell’s Great Hall, explore the Night’s Watch headquarters and discover the eerie Hall of Faces. Marvel at the Dragonstone Throne Room and detailed Map Room, and don’t forget to examine the dragon eggs and incredible armoury as you learn more about the secrets that went into adapting George R.R Martin’s bestselling fantasy novels.
Guided Game of Thrones Filming Locations TourGuided Game of Thrones Filming Locations Tour
Grab your cameras and fur-lined capes because we’re off on a fantastic journey along the stunning Antrim Coast road to explore some of the top Game of Thrones filming locations in Northern Ireland!
We make our way by coach from Belfast to Carnlough passing the quarry which provided the stunning backdrop for Castle Black and The Wall. When we reach the seaside village of Carnlough there is the opportunity to get off the coach to explore and take photographs. On screen Carnlough was transformed into the free city of Braavos, which is where Arya Stark studies to become a faceless assassin. A quick stroll to the stone harbour steps leading down to the canal is definitely worth a look to see the spot where Arya pulled herself out of the water after being attacked by The Waif.
We move further up the coast to Cushendun for another photo opportunity. The caves provided the backdrop for the Stormlands and that unforgettable scene where Melisandre (the Red Witch) gave birth to the Shadow Assassin, and the battle between Jaime Lannister and Euron Greyjoy.
Next up is a quick stop at Portaneevy. This scenic lookout is the perfect vantage point to grab a snap of the shore that provided the coast of Dorne in season five; where Jaime Lannister ventured to retrieve his and Cercei’s daughter Myrcella. Afterwards we pass the village of Ballintoy and learn more about its on screen twin; Pyke, (one of the Iron Islands).
Our last stop is Dark Hedges, where we have the opportunity to disembark the coach and explore this striking avenue of beech trees which served as a section of the Kingsroad. It’s also one of the most photographed areas in Northern Ireland!
Giant’s CausewayGiant’s Causeway
The bucket list-worthy Giant’s Causeway is incredible and should be seen by everyone at least once. Formed 60 million years ago by volcanic activity, the formation of 38,000 hexagonal basalt columns stretch far into the sea, some standing as tall as 12m high! Standing watchfully between the craggy cliffs and dramatic ocean waves, a trip to Northern Ireland’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site is set to be a brilliantly atmospheric excursion.
Wonderful Belfast, a cosmopolitan city rich in art, culture and history. Once the home of the Irish linen industry, tobacco production, rope making and shipbuilding, its many famous sons include George Best, Kenneth Branagh and Barry McGuigan.
Whatever you’re looking for from a coach break, you’re sure to find plenty to interest you in Belfast - buzzing with life and adventure there is something for everyone to enjoy. Split into quarters, each with its own personality, today it is bursting with fun and excitement.Back to top
Ramada by Wyndham, Belfast Ramada by Wyndham, Belfast
Located in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter and within a couple of minutes’ walk to the city’s top attractions, the Ramada by Wyndham is the perfect choice for our break. Expect modern bedrooms with all the usual creature comforts and a friendly welcome.
Hotel Features: Bedrooms with en-suite facilities including power shower, flat screen TV, hairdryer and tea/coffee-making facilities ● Restaurant ● Bar ● Free Wi-Fi ● LiftBack to top