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Belfast Winterfell Locations Trek

Jury's Inn, Great Victoria Street, Belfast, County Antrim, BT1 6DY
Belfast Winterfell Locations Trek

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Did you know that Northern Ireland is one of the most important film locations for HBO's epic fantasy series, Game of Thrones®?

Our Belfast Winterfell tour is not like most sightseeing coach tours. We take you on location treks, to get the most beautiful locations, and this tour is a fun immersive experiences with lots of Stark cloaks and props (helms, swords, shields) on the coach for everybody to use, at no extra charge.

Itinerary:
08:15 Meet the guide in front of Jury's Inn, Great Victoria Street, Belfast
08:30 Departure
- Take a Ferry across ‘the Narrows’
- Morning trek at Castle Ward Estate, aka the real location of Winterfell in season 1 (3km)
- Lunch in Strangford.
- Visit Inch Abbey: King in the North
- Afternoon Trek in Tollymore Forest (3km)
- Depart Tollymore for Belfast
18:00 Arrival in Belfast City Centre

This tour is independently operated by Game of Thrones® Tours Ltd (Belfast). It is not sponsored, endorsed or affiliated with HBO, nor anyone associated with Game of Thrones®.

For more info and to book online, go to www.gameofthronestours.com.
Alternatively, call (028) 9568 0023, or email belfast@gameofthronestours.com.

2020 Availability:
Jan to April x 3 days (Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday)
May x 5 days (Wednesday to Sunday)
June to Aug x 7 days
Sept x 5 days (Wednesday to Sunday)
Oct to Dec x 3 days (Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday)

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  • Online Booking

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  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

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* 09:00 - 17:00
2020 Availability:
Jan to April x 3 days (Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday)
May x 5 days (Wednesday to Sunday)
June to Aug x 7 days
Sept x 5 days (Wednesday to Sunday)
Oct to Dec x 3 days (Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday)

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