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Game of Thrones® Direwolf Tour

Visit Belfast Welcome Centre, Donegall Square, Belfast, County Antrim, BT1 5GB
Game of Thrones® Direwolf Tour

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GoT Direwolves is a unique family run Game of Thrones® experience and we will ensure you have the best Game of Thrones® experience possible.

All of our guides have been extras on the show, fighting for all your favorite, or most hated houses (we won’t name any Boltons). We live, sleep and breathe Game of Thrones®, and our team are super close! Did we mention we’ve got three brothers and their infamous pet direwolves, Odin and Thor?!

How will your tour itinerary look?

09:00 – Meet your guide beside Belfast City Hall. They will be holding a Game of Thrones® themed flag. Look for the coach ‘Coach Connections Ireland’. Just ask the friendly (bearded) driver to confirm you are on the right bus.

10:00 – Explore the Ancient ruins of Inch Abbey a monastery dating back to 800AD and the location Robb Stark was crowned “The King in the North!”.

11:00 – Tollymore Forest aka the North's Haunted Forest and Winterfell's Wolfwood. Trek into one of Ireland's oldest forests to stand where white walkers once stood and where the Direwolf pups were found.

14:00 – After the morning trek relax and enjoy some quality local Irish food and drink in a restaurant with WiFi.

14:45 – Remember the Direwolves in season 1? Well now you will meet Odin and Thor, the dog actors that played the role of Direwolves, and hear a tale from one of their owners who featured as a Dothraki Slave Master.

15:30 – Complete your day as a Stark by visiting the set location where Winterfell was filmed in Season 1. Known locally as Castle Ward estate, the area is home to around 11 different shot locations. We visit the most memorable…ever hear of the Red Wedding?

17:00 – Well done! You survived a day in Game of Thrones® - now go tell all your friends! Back to Belfast in time to enjoy some famous Belfast hospitality.

We recommend the following things for your tour;

- Appropriate footwear (two walks are around 1 hour in length)
- Bring something warm - the weather in Ireland changes (a lot).
- Cash for the lunch break or any merchandise you'd like to buy.
- Try to arrive ten minutes before the coach departs.

Lunch is at a pub called Maghera Inn which specialises in local ingredients and locally brewed beers. Choose from a Game of Thrones® themed menu and relax in this pub which is full of character. The menu includes vegetarian and vegan options.

Tour inclusions: National Park fees, local driver/guide, live commentary on board, pickup and drop-off from designated meeting points, small-group tour.

Exclusions: Lunch

Additional information: Confirmation will be received at time of booking. Ages 18+. A moderate amount of walking is involved and due to uneven surfaces, this tour is not recommended for those with walking disabilities and is not wheelchair accessible. Availability for shows cannot be checked without making a booking. Credit cards will only be charged upon confirmation of show availability. Subject to favorable weather conditions. If canceled due to poor weather, you will be given the option of an alternative date or full refund.

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This tour is independently operated by GoT Direwolves Tours. It is not sponsored, endorsed, or affiliated with HBO or anyone associated with Game of Thrones®.

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