The Most Immersive Game of Thrones Tour in Ireland
You will be traveling with the same company that transports the cast and crew so we have insider knowledge, other companies can only dream of, Whilst visiting the locations along the stunning north Antrim coast you will have lots of opportunity for photographs with costumes and props provided, See gallery past stones thrones tours Click here you will also visit more locations than any other tour, and be fully guided by one of are trained guides most have been extras on the show and can give you primary accounts as the tour is underway at each location, Exclusive to the offical stones and thrones tour.
It was here on the windswept Antrim Plateau that Game of Thrones kicked off in dramatic fashion with Ned Stark beheading the Night’s Watch deserter, witnessed by Jon Snow, Theon Greyjoy, and the Stark brothers Robb and Bran; and where Catelyn captures Tyrion Lannister whom she suspects of trying to kill her son. When Bran, Rickon, Osha, and Hodor head north to The Wall it is also from the land above Cairncastle that they take a last look back at Winterfell.
Next stop on stones and thrones offical tour the small village of Carnlough. This is the location where the waif from the faceless men attempts to kill Arya. See the place where an injured Arya drags herself ashore, get a on location picture and use the local facilities.
The Caves at Cushendun were formed over a period of 400 million years and extreme weather conditions in Ireland. They are found just beyond the beautiful coastal village of Cushendun and we access them by foot next to the Bay Hotel and Cave House. At the behest of Stannis, Davos Seaworth lands Melisandre ashore. He witnesses her giving birth to the shadow baby (which will eventually kill King Renly).
Ballycastle is our next stop for lunch, Menus are provided on the stones thrones tour bus (price of food not included in ticket). Ballycastle is also the home town of Conleth Hill, better known as Lord Vary’s, breath taking picturesque village perfect for photos and experience the local offerings!
Located along the stunning North Coast close to Carrick-Rede Rope Bridge, this area is exceptional in is natural beauty. Larrybane headland, which once stretched out towards Sheep Island and had a promontory fort on the top dating to 800AD, had large caves underneath which once served as home to boat builders and a safe resting place from winter storms. Despite having been quarried in the 1950′s this quarry is still worth a visit for its exceptional views. Our Fans will recognise this location as Storm’s End, the bridge itself takes a bit of courage to undertake, and does require a modest level of fitness down and back again to the stones and thrones tour bus.
Larrybane is a natural plateau surround by limestone walls which was the perfect location for a combat tournament. Here is where a masked Brienne bests Sir Loras in armed cobat peaking the interst of Catyeln Stark.
Ballintoy is situated in one of the most picturesque parts of North Antrim between the Giants Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge and looks out to Rathlin Island and beyond to Scotland. As you come over the Knocksoghey Brae from Ballycastle or in from Whitepark Bay you are greeted by spectacular views, each one featuring Ballintoy Church. This stunning seaside location has been used for exterior Pyke shots and as the Iron Islands.
The Game of Thrones Itinerary is a great way to discover some key filming locations of the show along the stunning Causeway Coast of Northern Ireland. Plotting a path through the scenic splendour of the Seven Kingdoms, it takes you to where so many of the pivotal scenes were shot. The Game of Thrones itinerary not only brings to life the drama of the series, but also provides a front row seat at locations steeped in local myth and legend, where ancient warriors walked long before leading men. Thus, no tour would be complete without a stop at the Giants Causeway! For centuries countless visitors have marvelled at the majesty and mystery of the Giants Causeway. At the heart of one of Europe’s most magnificent coastlines, its unique rock formation have for millions of years stood as a natural rampart against the unbridled ferocity of Atlantic storms. The distinct rugged symmetry of the columns never fails to intrigue and inspire our visitors. To stroll on the Giants Causeway is to voyage back in time. Stones thrones tour is the only tour that offers the opportunity to maximise your visit to both the Giants Causeway and see as much of the Antrim Coastline as possible in a single day.
Better known as the Greyjoy’s home on the Iron Islands see it on way to next stop on the stones thrones official tour.
Immerse yourself in the join the Night's Watch! This beautiful avenue of beech trees has been used as the location for the Kingsroad in the hit show. It was planted by the Stuart family in the eighteenth century and intended as a compelling landscape feature to impress visitors as they approached the entrance to their Georgian mansion, Gracehill House. Two centuries later, the Dark Hedges remain a magnificent sight and have become one of the most photographed natural phenomena in Ireland.
This is the final stop before we head back to Belfast, and has proven to be a favourite for photos we have props available should you fancy getting in theme, we love people sharing experiences of the tour via social media as it shows the stones and thrones tour is in a different league and why its the offical tour to game of thrones, Already done stones thrones tour? fancy another one? Why not take a city tour of Belfast City Tour-Click Here and see historic Belfast from a local point of view or Historic Belfast Castle and see its natural magical beauty, or even the local Parliament Stormont, and see the historic grounds and rich history of the peace process and power sharing at this iconic must see location, Both sides equally explained !
Did the "Stones and Thrones" tour last weekend, which highlighted the shooting locations for Game of Thrones as well as some other great locations around Northern Ireland. Overall, a fantastic experience. Tour guide was an extra on the show and was clearly very engaged, gave us a ton of great insight into the show. Very relaxed, never felt hurried, Best tour I've ever been on, hands down.
la caminata de 1 km hasta el puente de cuerda Carrick-a-rede (¡prepárense, no es para ancianos o para aquellos que tienen problemas para caminar!) ... no hace falta decir que estaba muy asustado de ese puente, pero lo hice, bueno tuve que mi hermano menor lo estaba haciendo jajaja, como se ve delante de mí en la foto. Los paisajes alrededor de la costa son increíbles, una belleza para mirar, lo hará de nuevo cuando regrese a Irlanda.
I took this bus tour to undertake some tourism research for my dissertation! The guys selling the tickets where lovely when waiting for the coach and answered all my questions! The tour itself was great with the opportunity to see The north coast (which I had never seen in such detail fully guided history explained) with lovely views! The commentater was very informative and is guaranteed to make you laugh! Would definatly recommend this tour, also made some friends from around the world.