Game of Thrones™: The Touring Exhibition / Kings Landing
The Dark Hedges / Game of Thrones Kingsroad
Giants Causeway County Antrim Northern Ireland
Game of Thrones™: The Touring Exhibition / Dragon skull
Game of Thrones™: The Touring Exhibition / Visitor with sword

Game of Thrones Tour from Dublin (with Touring Exhibition 11 Apr – 1 Sep)

Take a trip through the landscapes and settings that help bring Westeros to life on the big screen with the Game of Thrones Location Tour from Dublin.

Entrance to GAME OF THRONES™: The Touring Exhibition in Belfast is INCLUDED in the ticket price. This is the ONLY tour from Dublin that will stop at the exhibition. The exhibition dates are 11 April 2019 – 1 September 2019.

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Beginning in Dublin City Centre, the Game of Thrones Location Tour transports you to the world created by George RR Martin in A Song of Ice and Fire. However, before you reach your first destination, your guide will regale you with Irish history and legends as you pass through the verdant countryside.

After stopping for coffee and snacks, you will be treated to some of the most iconic filming locations from the GOT TV series. Walk along the real-life Kings Road at the famous Dark Hedges. Also, between 11 Apr – 1 Sep, you’ll get a chance to visit the exclusive Game of Thrones Touring Exhibition.

This tour will also make a stop at one of Northern Ireland’s most beloved landmarks: Giants Causeway. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a must-see for any visitor. Created by a volcanic eruption, the landscape of Giants Causeway boasts 40,000 striking, hexagonal basalt columns.

While here you will learn about the history of the area, as well as the local legends associated with it. This is also the perfect place to get some memorable holiday snaps! With breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean, it makes for a great photo opportunity.

Giant's Causeway Air Photo
Giant’s Causeway Air Photo

But that’s not the only place you’ll have a reason to take out your camera. As you travel, you will be treated to picturesque views as you drive through the Glens of Antrim. This is one of the most beautiful parts of Northern Ireland!

On your way back towards Belfast, you’ll make a stop at the Game of Thrones Touring Exhibition. Here you’ll be able to get up-close-and-personal with the real costumes, props and sets from the TV show. You’ll even get to visit the iconic throne room that is at the very centre of the dramatic saga. This is the only tour from Dublin that visits this location, making it a unique and special experience. The entry price is included in your tour booking, and you will have 1.5 hours to explore the exhibition.

But that doesn’t mean that patrons taking the tour outside of 11 Apr – 1 Sep will miss out on the GOT magic. During this schedule, the tour will instead stop at Ballintoy Harbour. This idyllic coastal location features as the Pyke harbour Lordsport. We see Theon Greyjoy sail into this port when he returns home to the Iron Islands.

Lastly, you will get a chance to explore Belfast City Centre. Wander along its busy shopping streets and take in its historic buildings, before getting back on the bus and returning to Dublin.

The Game of Thrones Location Tour from Dublin has everything that the GOT superfan needs! With iconic filming locations and a knowledgeable guide by your side, this is the perfect Westeros experience!

Tours pick up and drop off outside Dublin City Gallery, Hugh Lane, Parnell Square N, Dublin 1. Morning pick-up is at 06.45hrs. Drop-off is between 19.30 – 20.30hrs. All times and durations are approximate and can vary due to conditions and weather. The order of the tour itinerary is also subject to change.

Please note

Northern Ireland is part of the UK. With this in mind please remember to carry some Pound Sterling, as Euro will not be accepted here.

A large section of the tour involves walking, sometimes over uneven surfaces. A moderate level of fitness is advised. Tour is NOT suitable for those with limited mobility.

This tour is NOT suitable for children under 10. If you are bringing a child that is used to travelling, a separate seat must be booked for each child. Children must also use a child seat, provided by the parent/guardian.

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Locations (7)

2. The Dark Hedges / The Kingsroad

The Dark Hedges / Game of Thrones Kingsroad

Known for being one of the most eye-catching naturally occurring scenes in the world, the Dark Hedges are famous for framing the scene for Arya Stark’s exciting escape to Winterfell. These arching beech trees have remained steadfast for over two centuries waiting for you – don’t let them down! This place was used as the King’s road in the Game of Thrones. When Arya was disguised as Arry the orphan boy, she became friends with Hot Pie and Robert Baratheon’s bastard son, Gendry, on her way back to Winterfell.

Duration: around 20 – 30 minutes

3. Giant's Causeway

Giant's Causeway

Hailed by Visit Belfast and Tourism Ireland, the Giants Causeway is a must-see tourist attraction as this breathtaking World Heritage Site is one of the best places to visit in Ireland. At this stop you will enjoy the dramatic scenery and green hills as well as the hexagonal, basalt stone columns that make up the causeway.

Made up of approximately 40,000 basalt columns, the Giant’s Causeway is said to have been created by a volcanic eruption. Although it technically reaches right to Scotland, it can only be seen properly from the coast of Northern Ireland.

You will also get to learn some of the local folklore – such as the tale of our namesake – Finn McCool! This Irish giant had a bone to pick with an enemy – a giant known as Benandonner. Finn tore up all of the earth from Ireland to Scotland, to create a path for him so they could have it out! Benandonner, after losing to Finn, was said to have fled back to Scotland, wrecking the earth as he went, and causing the hexagonal formations that we see today.

Duration: around 1½ – 2 hours

4. Ballintoy Harbour / Lordsport, Pyke (except 11 Apr - 1 Sep 2019

Ballintoy Harbour / Lordsport, Pyke

From 11 April 2019 to 1 September 2019 we visit Game of Thrones™: The Touring Exhibition (entrance fee included) instead of Ballintoy Harbour.

The location for Theon Greyjoy’s return to the Iron Islands, this small coastal village is one of the most pretty and picturesque on the island. Ballintoy, or “raised beach” was also used for exterior Pyke shots in the Game of Thrones TV series. In the presence of Balon and Yara Greyjoy and the other Ironborn, the baptism of Theon to reaffirm his allegiance to the God of the Sea was filmed here. Sadly for Balon, this is also the place for his burial.

Duration: around 1½ hours.

5. Glens of Antrim

We will now start heading back to Belfast, taking an off the beaten path that winds through the GLENS OF ANTRIM

No other tour company will take you on a route going over the Glens of Antrim, you will enjoy a spectacular view of Glenariff, the queen of the glens, while travelling through the valleys on the side of Glendun, this is the most scenic route of the day.

6. Game of Thrones™: The Touring Exhibition (11 Apr – 1 Sep 2019)

Game of Thrones™: The Touring Exhibition / Unsullied Armor

Entrance fee included! Exhibition dates: 11 April 2019 – 1 September 2019. During this period, we don’t visit Ballintoy Harbour.

This largest ever official Game of Thrones public display showcases costumes, authentic props and majestic settings from all seven seasons of the Game of Thrones. Being the principle filming location (both in natural settings and within Titanic Studios) of this Emmy award-winning series, there is no surprise that HBO has decided to host this unique, interactive and immersive exhibition here in Belfast.

In this Game of Thrones Touring Exhibition, you will have the chance to see the regal settings of King’s Landing, view the iconic costumes of House Targaryen, explore the conquered city of Meereen with its garrisons of Unsullied warriors, view Castle Black, the home of the Night’s Watch etc.

You will have the opportunity to immerse yourselves in the world of Westeros and Essos, be dropped into the centre of the Seven Kingdoms for an up-close and personal look at the craftsmanship and artistry behind the show.

Duration: around 1½ hours.

7. Belfast

As the city centre itself is very small and compact, 45 minutes is more than enough time to explore the city centre. See interesting things like Titanic Memorial Gardens next to Belfast City Hall, the shopping streets, Belfast entries and some of the modern art in the city. Note that Northern Ireland is part of the UK and uses Pound Sterling.

Duration: about 45 minutes

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