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The Dark Hedges. Avenue lined with Beech trees

Visit Game of Thrones - Filming Locations

For over eight glorious years the stunning coastline and countryside of Northern Ireland literally chewed the scenery in many a Game of Thrones® episode. So, why not don your fanboy or fangirl hat and unashamedly geek out at the 20-plus film locations dotted around the country.

  • The Dark Hedges. Avenue lined with Beech trees
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    Visit Game of Thrones - Filming Locations

    For over eight glorious years the stunning coastline and countryside of Northern Ireland literally chewed the scenery in many a Game of Thrones® episode. So, why not don your fanboy or fangirl hat and unashamedly geek out at the 20-plus film locations dotted around the country.

  • 2 male and 2 female visitors enjoying a cup of coffee at Mary McBride's in Cushendun, County Antrim. They are looking at the Journey of Doors passport, Door of Thrones number 8 is visible in background. Empty bottles of Bushmills Black Bush decorate the shelves.
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    Journey of Doors

    They said: “Winter is coming”. We were ready. In January 2016, Storm Gertrude wreaked havoc across Northern Ireland. She felled some of the iconic trees along the highway known to Game of Thrones® fans as the Kingsroad. But from the devastation of the Dark Hedges came a bright shining idea that showed our giant spirit to the world.

  • Glass of Thrones stained glass window at the foot of Lagan Weir, Belfast. The window depicts various scenes involving House Baratheon in TV's Game of Thrones.
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    Glass of Thrones

    The spirit of Northern Ireland permeates nearly every season of Game of Thrones®. Our raw elemental landscapes and vibrant creative talent are imprinted on every frame. Now, our finest artists and artisan craftspeople bring another long-standing heritage in the art of stained-glass form to life for you, the fans.

  • A male visitor admiring the Game of Thrones tapestry exhibition at Ulster Museum, Belfast. He is looking at a section depicting events from the later stages of Season 4 of Game of Thrones.
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    Tapestry

    Introducing the Game of Thrones® tapestry a Bayeux-style creation, measuring over 90 metres in length and telling the story of the show from Seasons 1-8.

  • Mural of the main cast from TV's Derry Girls on the side of Badgers Bar in Derry/Londonderry. From left to right - James, Michelle, Erin, Orla, Claire. Michelle is giving a peace sign.
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    Derry Girls

    Ye haven’t seen Derry Girls yet? Ah, catch yerself on! 

    If you haven’t seen Derry Girls, you’re in for a treat. The Lisa McGee-penned comedy following the hilarious exploits of a group of teenagers, their families and friends - oh, and their school principal, Sister Michael - in the early 1990s is a joy to behold.

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