The tour starts and ends outside Visit Belfast Tourist Office (opposite the City Hall),
9 Donegall Square North, Belfast BT1 5GB
Explore the world of Game of Thrones on the Stones & Thrones – Game of Thrones Tour. Be transported to the real Westeros on this awesome bus tour.
On the Stones & Thrones – Game of Thrones Tour, you get the chance to visit some of the most iconic Game of Thrones settings. Travelling with the same company that transports the cast and crew during production (Seasons 7 – 8). All you have to do is sit back, relax and enjoy some of the most breath-taking landscapes that Northern Ireland has to offer.
From €38 per person
This bus tour makes its morning pick up in Belfast’s city centre at 8.45am, seven days a week. Here you will board the coach, and meet one of the friendly bus drivers who will guide you through the splendour of County Antrim’s north coast. Along the way, you will visit sites that you will recognize straight from GOT. These include:
Carncastle – This is one of the first locations shown in the GOT TV series. It is used for multiple scenes, most notably in the first episode when Ned Stark has to behead the Night’s Watch deserter.
Carnlough – This small seaside village plays a big part in the story of Arya Stark. It is here that she is stabbed multiple times by the Waif. Then, after fleeing by jumping off a bridge, pulls herself out of the water.
Cushendun Caves – Within these centuries-old caves was where Melisandre gave birth to the Shadow Baby. This smoky spirit went on to kill Renly Baratheon
Ballintoy Harbour – This location provides the exterior shots of Pyke, one of the Iron Islands, and the home of Theon Greyjoy
Larrybane Quarry – It was here that the production filmed the famous tourney, in which Brienne of Tarth bested Sir Loras Tyrell.
The Dark Hedges – No GOT tour is complete without a stop at this location. It is the site of the King’s Road, where many of the show’s adventures begin.
On top of exploring these iconic on-screen locations, you will also get the chance to explore some of Northern Ireland’s most famous historical attractions.
No trip to this part of the world would be complete without visiting Giants Causeway. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is a source of great pride for Northern Ireland and a must-see for any tourist. You will also make a stop at Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, located at the picturesque Larrybane headland.
A lunch stop in the seaside town of Ballycastle is also incorporated in the day’s activities. This is also the home town of Conleth Hill, who plays Lord Varys. As well as Michelle Fairley, who played Catelyn Stark.