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Game of Thrones Studio Tour
The official Game Of Thrones Studio Tour is now open in Banbridge, Northern Ireland. Step inside the Seven Kingdoms and explore the world of Game of Thrones like never before.
At Giant Tours Ireland, you have the option of tweaking your private day tour, or developing a multi-day Game of Thrones® adventure trip. Visit the Linen Mill Game Of Thrones Studio Tour, walk through iconic sets, discover the secrets of filmmaking and explore the craftmanship and artistry responsible for bringing the global hit TV series to life on screen.
Glass of Thrones walking trail
The Glass of Thrones is a series of stained glass windows located throughout Belfast, depicting key moments from Game of Thrones®.
The five windows form a walking trail, taking visitors from the city’s traditional stained-glass roots in the City Hall, along the Maritime Mile to Titanic Studios, the home of the show’s production.
The Iron Throne Window at the Titanic Slipways
The final window dedicated to the elusive Iron Throne is the last to be discovered. Here you can pretend to be the ruler of the Seven Kingdoms, by taking your seat on a version of the throne.
The most important families in the show are also depicted here with a direwolf representing House Stark, a three headed dragon for House Targaryen, a sun piercing spear for the Martells, a rose for the Tyrells, a lion for House Lannister, the Greyjoy Kraken, the trout of House Tully, plus many more all featured.
The Doors of thrones
When the trees along Northern Ireland’s famous Dark Hedges, better known to Game of Thrones® fans as the ‘Kingsroad’, blew over in Storm Gertrude, they were carved into 10 intricately crafted doors, each telling the story of an episode from Season 6.
The doors make up one of the must-do experiences for Thronies, Journey of Doors Passport. Make sure you pick up a Passport to collect your stamp as you visit each door or download here. And have your Game of Thrones® Filming Locations app at the ready to find out what scenes were filmed where at the nearby filming locations.
Be sure to check opening times of the pubs when you are planning your trip!
The Ulster Museum
Discover the Bayeux-style tapestry at the Ulster Museum, a magnificent hand-stitched tapestry that 87 meters long. The story telling drape depicts the events of the famous HBO series Game of Thrones® from Seasons One to Eight.
The Titanic Experience Belfast
The most accurate rendition of the famous tale is found at Belfast’s Titanic Experience. The self-guided tour covers nine interactive galleries where you can learn about the famous ship’s sights, sounds, scents, and stories, as well as about the people and city that helped to build her.
Travel along a themed one-way path as you learn more about the Titanic’s sinking, aftermath. Discover the last resting place as you pass through Belfast, the shipyard where the liners were built, the launch, fit out, and maiden voyage.