Game of Thrones Tour of Southern Locations with Castle Ward visit from Belfast
- See over 10 locations from Series 1-7 including the set used as Winterfell Castle
- Learn about characters, filming and local history from your guide, who has appeared in the show himself!
- Enjoy return transportation from Belfast
Join other fans of the show on this Game of Thrones filming locations tour which visits iconic locations from Season 1 to 7. You will be traveling with the company that actually transports the cast and crew, so get ready for insider knowledge!
The first stop will be Tollymore forest park – Ireland’s oldest pine forest – to see the very place where the Direwolf pups were discovered, and where the White Walker ambush took place. This stunning woodland in the heart of the ancient ‘Kingdom of Mourne’ is most famous for the place the Starks first found their Direwolf pups. Other scenes include the mysterious Wildling massacre from episode 1. You’ll also see Jon and Tyrion’s tree, where they discuss life at the Wall.
Lunch (not included in tour price) will be taken at a traditional Irish pub with quality, good value, Irish themed food in a private dining room.
Winterfell – Castle Ward Estate
Castle Ward estate is an 18th century mansion, noted for its unique architecture and its historic farmyard and for having been used as the location of Winterfell. You’ll see the gateway to Winterfell’s court yard, plus over 20 Game of Thrones filming locations portraying Westeros from the Riverlands to battle fields and more. Memorable scenes include Jamie and Briene of Tarth leaving Rob’s camp on their way to Kings Landing. You’ll see the notorious Twins home of Lord Walder Frey, Tyrion and Bron’s first meeting after their trial in The Eyrie. Even the Tree under which King Rob Stark and Tulisa spoke their wedding vows.
A visit to St Patrick’s Grave
No tour would be complete without a visit to the burial site of Ireland’s Patron Saint. Saint Patrick’s Day is observed on 17 March, which is said to be the date of his death.
King Robb’s Camp
Inch Abbey is a large 12th century ruined monastic site an example of early Gothic architecture. ‘King in the North’: Following the news of Eddard Stark’s death, the North decided to bend the knee to their own Northern King. This is the ruin where King Robb ‘The young wolf’ was crowned ‘The King in the North’. This is a picturesque place to visit on the tour and our final location.
Then it will time to escape back to your own world, before any more chance of harm befalls you.
- Professional guide
- Returm transportation from Belfast aboard a mini coach
- Food and beverages
- Children under 16 years old: reduced
9 Donegall Square, Belfast, BT1 5GJ
Outside Visit Belfast Tourist Office, opposite Belfast City Hall
- As there is walking as part of the tour it may not be suitable for those with mobility problems
- Please arrive at least 15mins before departure time for check-in
- At the end of the tour, your driver will drop you off at the morning meeting point
- 2017 Dates: Saturdays and Sundays at 9.15am
- 2018 Dates: Saturdays at 9.15am (from 27 January – 27 October)
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