Game of Thrones Film Locations Tour and 48 Hour Belfast Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour

$ 64.54 / AED 236.85 per person

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

  • Smartphone voucher accepted – No need to print!
  • Savour two incredible experiences - the city of Belfast and Game of Thrones
  • Relive iconic locations like King’s Road, Braavos, Renly Baratheon’s Camp, Melisandre's birth and more
  • Visit the Titanic Studio, home to some of the biggest staged sets and of course, the Iron Throne
  • Tick off incredible locations on your bucket list including Dark Hedges, Dunluce Castle, Carnlough, and more
  • Soak up the exquisite natural beauty of Northern Ireland
  • Explore the mesmerising Giant’s Causeway, the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in the region
  • Treat yourself to an adrenaline rush as you cross the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
  • Enjoy the comfort of planning your Belfast vacation with a City Sightseeing hop-on, hop-off tour
  • Experience the best of this ‘Titanic Town’ with our designated stops covering major attractions
  • Savour the convenience of using your hop-on, hop-off pass on any two days of your choice

Activity Schedule

Game of Thrones Tour: 9:00am
Belfast Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour:
1 Oct - 31 Mar: Buses run from 10am to 3pm; every 15 - 30 minutes
1 Apr - 30 Sep: Buses run from 10am to 4:30pm; every 30 - 45 minutes

Overview

Beckoning all Game of Thrones nerds to relive some of your favourite scenes from the popular HBO series as well as travel around Belfast, just the way you like. This incredible combo not only treats you to iconic locations on the beautiful Antrim Coast but also includes the flexibility to travel around Belfast on a hop-on, hop-off bus with the 48-hour Belfast City Sightseeing Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour. Since no Northern Ireland tour is complete without visit Giant’s Causeway, the combo also makes sure that you take in the stunning sites of the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in this region.

Game of Thrones Location Tour

Rejoice pop culture nerds, because we are taking you for a ride through the Seven Kingdoms! This fantastic journey brings alive some of the best scenes on the show through the incredible locations that are included in the tour, as listed below.

Titanic Studio's: Home to Season 1 and one of the world’s largest ‘stage sets’ used in the creation of Game of Thrones. Did we say that it also houses the Iron Throne? Did we also hear a small squeal of joy?

Cushendun Caves: The incredibly rugged yet dark and eerie caves was the spot where Melisandre gave birth to the shadow assassin in Season 3.

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge: The site was used for some of the scenes depicting Renly Baratheon’s war camp. But even if we forget the Bridge’s legacy on small screen, the blood-pumping thrill that one gets trying to cross it at about 30m above a chasm of rocks while trying to remain steady amidst gusts of wind, more than makes up for anything else!

The Dark Hedges: Oh, who can forget the Kings Road? From the Starks’ arrival at King’s Landing to Arya’s escape, this mysterious row of trees have witnessed it all! But this spooky area has an equally haunting lore attached to it which our guide will definitely fill you in on.

The tour also covers one of the best preserved Norman castles - Carrickfergus, as well as three other important locations from Game of Thrones - Dunluce Castle, which was used as the House of Greyjoy, Carnlough Village which formed the backdrop for Braavos in Season 6 and Larrybane which, too, was used to shoot Renly Baratheon’s war camp scenes.

Having sunk into the magic of this inimitable world of fantasy, we will head out to marvel at one of Mother Nature’s greatest wonders - the spectacular Giant’s Causeway. Feast your eyes on the astonishing polygonal rock formations caused by a volcanic eruption 60 million years ago. The place, however, borrows its name from a typically Irish legend claiming that the columns were sculpted by a giant named Finn McCool.

Belfast 48-Hour Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour

This Belfast Hop-On, Hop-Off tour covers the main attractions and districts of the city, giving you an intimate view at ‘Old Smoke’. The city is veiled in an unmistakable modernity, being home to major industries and having been an integral part of the Industrial Revolution. Your 48-hour ticket allows you to hop on and off the bus as many times as you like, with well-designated stops covering everything you need to see in this city. Take full advantage of the ticket’s flexibility which even allows you to split up the two days of your hop-on, hop-off ticket on either side of your trip to the Giant’s Causeway.
Some of the major attractions include:

  • Castle Place
  • Odyssey Arena
  • Titanic Belfast
  • Parliament Buildings
  • St Georges Market
  • St Anne's Cathedral
  • International Wall Murals
  • Shankill Memorial Garden
  • Shaftesbury Square
  • Queen's University

…. And more!
 

INCLUSIONS

  • English speaking tour guide Transport in a luxury coach
  • Entrance to Giant’s Causeway
  • Admission to Causeway Visitors Centre and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
  • 48 hours hop-on, hop-off ticket
  • English pre-recorded commentary or English live guide

Exclusions

Meals Hotel pick-up and drop-off

Additional info

The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.

Customer reviews

Interesting details

Overall, it was a fun day exploring the set locations of GOT with our guide giving us interesting facts about the tour along the way. A must tour for GOT fans....

United Arab Emirates, 17/Aug/2017

Great time in Belfast

We recently went on the Irish Tours Game of Thrones bus tour. Our driver was great and our tour guide Adrian was an actual extra from the show so was very knowledgable and added...

United Kingdom, 11/Sep/2017

Great tour guide for hop-on, hop-off bus tour

Hop-on, hop-off bus tour around Belfast was great. Guide was very entertaining and funny. Didn't want to get off and miss the rest of the commentary. Great way to see the sights...

United Kingdom, 24/Jan/2018

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