Game of Thrones
Game of Thrones is an American fantasy drama television series that follows the struggles between the land’s noble families for control of the Iron Throne. It is an adaptation of George R. R. Martin’s hit series of novels and has quickly become a global success, with fans from all around the world following the drama as it unfolds. Due to its stunning natural beauty and magical landscapes, Northern Ireland is one of the Game of Thrones’ three main filming locations, with many sites featured along the Causeway Coast. Visit Northern Ireland and see the program's spectacular filming locations for yourself!
Down Film Locations
The Haunted Forest is filmed at Tollymore Forest Park, which is 600 hectares of ancient redwoods, scattered with Gothic stone arches.
The Riverlands area which was home to the Tullys was filmed at the Quoile River in Downpatrick and the nearby setting of Inch Abbey was used for the funeral of Hoster Tully.
Winterfell is shot at Castle Ward, an 18th Century 820 acre demesne that encompasses
a stunning castle as well as haunting woodlands.
Antrim Film Locations
Robb Stark’s Camp is actually at home in Audley’s Fields, just on the shore of Strangford Lough.
Storm’s End is filmed in Murlough Bay, a stunning remote location that is known for its breathtaking views across to several Scottish islands.
The Iron Islands in the hit series are filmed at Ballintoy Harbour, a small fishing harbour that is also used for some exterior shots of Pyke.
The King’s Road is shot at Antrim’s Dark Hedges, a haunting avenue of striking beech trees. B&Bs Nearby
Derry-Londonderry Film Locations
Dragonstone is filmed at Downhill Beach which is part of an 11km stretch of beautiful sand and surf, giving rise to fantastic views to the counties Donegal, Antrim and of course, Derry-Londonderry itself.
Fermanagh Film Locations
The famous Brotherhood without Banners Cave is actually Fermanagh’s Pollnagollum Cave, which is part of the breathtaking Marble Arch Caves.
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