Missing Game of Thrones? Try one of these new experiences in Northern Ireland

Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones Season 7 came to a close following epic action scenes, shock revelations and a huge cliffhanger. But what now for fans of one of the biggest television show in the world?

Northern Ireland is home to many  iconic filming locations, truly earning its title as Game of Thrones® Territory.

And now there are new ways to experience the stunning landscape of Westeros and Winterfell, which of course have been brought to life using Northern Ireland’s rugged coastlines, historic castles and breathtaking countryside and forests. 

So if you’re among those who simply can’t wait for Season 8, here are a few ideas to immerse yourself in the world of Game of Thrones, right on your doorstep…

Season 7 saw a new location revealed, the dramatic cliffs of Fair Head on the Causeway Coast, to add to the 25 other publicly accessible filming locations.

Judith Webb, Tourism NI’s Experience Development Officer, said: “Locals now have even more reason to get out and explore our beautiful landscape, with Game of Thrones filming locations providing a unique itinerary for the ultimate Northern Ireland staycation.

“There are a host of exciting experiences and visitors can choose from a range of guided location tours or immerse themselves in Game of Thrones® themed adventures such as archery, cycle tours or banquets. Or why not self navigate your way around the Seven Kingdoms with the Game of Thrones® Filming Locations Northern Ireland app”.

For more experiences in Games of Thrones Territory, visit DiscoverNorthernIreland.com/GameofThrones 

or visit https://lovebelfast.co.uk/category/game-of-thrones-2/

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