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Iron Islands & Giant's Causeway from Belfast

Jury's Inn Hotel, Great Victoria Street, Belfast, County Antrim, BT1 6DY
Game of Thrones Iron Islands

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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 Iron Islands tours are not like most sightseeing coach tours. We take you on location treks, to get the most beautiful locations, and our tours are fun immersive experiences. We have lots of Iron Born costumes and props (swords, shields & banners) on the coach for everybody to use, at no extra charge.

07:15 Meet the guide in front of Jury's Inn, Great Victoria Street, Belfast
07.30 Departure
- Comfort stop at Carnlough
- Cushendun Caves where Melisandre gave birth to a dark spirit.
- Lunch in the Fullerton Arms
- Visit the Ballintoy Harbour, aka the real location of the Iron Islands in seasons 2 and 6
- Visit the Giant’s Causeway
- Photo stop at the Dark Hedges
17:30 Arrival in Belfast City Centre

For more info and to book online, go to
Alternatively, call +44 (0) 28 9568 0023, or email

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®.

2023 Availability:
Jan to Feb x 3 days (Thursday, Saturday & Sunday)
March to May x 5 days (Wednesday to Sunday)
June to Sept x 7 days
Oct to Dec x 5 days (Wednesday to Sunday)

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  • Online Booking

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  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

Guide Prices

£50 Adult, £45 Student
10% discount for groups of six+

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Opening Times

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

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We use a medium size coach (33-seater) on this tour to allow our group to be transported down the narrow hill into Ballintoy Harbour, film location of the Iron Islands and Dragonstone beach.

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