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THIS TOUR IS SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Dear Customer,

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, this tour is temporarily out of operation. We hope to get this back up and running as soon as possible with the deadline being 1st April 2021.

We are however beginning the operation of some tours. On 3rd July 2020 the Belfast City Sightseeing Tour is back and from the 20th July 2020 our Giants Causeway Tour and Game of Thrones Tour will begin again. We look forward to seeing you all soon!

 This Games of Thrones tour leaves at midday, giving you a leisurely start to your day in preparation for the busy day ahead.

Your outgoing journey will take you along the breath-taking North Antrim coastal route, embellished by all the scenic filming locations along the way.

First stop-off is at quaint Carnlough harbour where you can just envisage Arya jumping into the sea to escape the treacherous waif, before crawling up the steps into the streets of Braavos.

From there we’ll head  to picture postcard Cushendun and the cavernous birthplace  of  the Shadow Assassin.

Next stop is possibly the most photographed tree-lined avenue in the world, otherwise known as the Dark Hedges.

For the consummate Game of Thrones fan, the famous beech trees conjure up images of Arya’s stealthy escape from King’s Landing, disguised as a boy.

Why not don our collection of cloaks with swords and immerse yourself in the mysticism of the location – and get some amazing photos at the same time!

The North Antrim coast boasts jewels aplenty, but one of the most dazzling is the Giant’s Causeway.

You can’t help but be bowled over by the landscape, with the dramatic cliffs on the one side and the tempestuous Atlantic Ocean on the other and of course the famous basalt columns in between.

Whether you walk to the ‘stones’ or hop on the shuttle bus to see them, you’ll have worked up an appetite.  With that in mind, we stop at a traditional Irish pub/restaurant, renowned for its local produce and Game of Thrones theme (meal is not included in the tour price)

The last but certainly not least stop on the tour is the famous Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge. Honestly, you don’t need to be a daredevil to cross it, but it’s certainly worth your while to do so!  Just no Balon Greyjoys, please! (Admission to the bridge is included in the price tour price).

Then its all aboard for the return journey to Belfast, arriving there at approximately 9:30pm.

 

 *PLEASE NOTE MINIMUM NUMBERS REQUIRED

  • Check in at 11:45am

  • Depart Belfast at 12:00pm
     
  • Carnlough Village
    Series six saw Carnlough harbour feature for the first time. This harbour although built in the nineteenth century during the famine years, still retains an olde world charm, which meant that it didn't seem out of place when it first appeared in Game of Thrones. Few go swimming in the harbour today, but there was a time when "a girl just might"!

  • Cushendun Caves
    This area has many strong links with the series! It is a stunning coastal location with incredibly rugged yet beautiful geological features! What happened in these Cushendun caves took many committed fans by surprise.  Melisandre's shadow baby was born here and for a while this area was very "dark and full of terrors"

  • The Dark Hedges (The Kings Road)
    What a finale, the Dark Hedges! You may have escaped the scheming and duplicity of the capital!  However, escaping by way of the "Kings Road" has its own dangers. Beware the "Grey Lady," for in reality, Melisandre has nothing on her!
  • Giants Causeway 
    Guaranteed Visitors Centre entrance!
    The Giant’s Causeway is Northern Ireland's very own "Eighth wonder of the World."  No eloquent description will ever do it justice!  Only seeing it is believing. The Giants and Fairies that inhabit this area in Irish mythology make their Game of Thrones equivalents look more like Darby O'Gill and the little people.

  • Meal at the Fullerton Arms (own expense)
    The Fullerton Arms Hosts one of the famous Game of Thrones Doors! (Door No. 6)
  • Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
    Guaranteed crossing included on our this tour.
    This area is one of the most naturally stunning of all the sites used in Northern Ireland. The rope bridge plays a major part in a series characters storyline. Although not compulsory, for those who wish to cross the bridge there is one requirement; courage!

  • Return to Belfast at approx 9:30pm
  • Check in at Irish Tour Tickets, 10 Great Victoria Street, Belfast at 11:45am
  • Tour departs from Irish Tour Tickets Shop, 10 Great Victoria Street, Belfast. BT2 7BA (facing the Grand Opera House) at 12:00pm
  • Drop off in Belfast City Centre at approx 9:30pm

There is a lot of walking on what are sometimes uneven surfaces during this tour and it therefore requires moderate fitness levels. Please come dressed appropriately for not only the season, but also for the activity.

  • Warm clothing
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Rain coat
  • Luxury coach
  • Qualified and entertaining tour guide
  • Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge crossing
  • Entrance to Giant’s Causeway Visitors' Centre
  • Food and drinks

Please note:

  • This tour is independently operated by Irish Tour Tickets Limited. It is not sponsored, endorsed or affiliated with HBO or anyone associated with Game of Thrones.
  • In the event of the Carrick-A-Rede Rope bridge being closed due to weather conditions or for repairs, a £4.00 refund will be issued.
  • This tour is NOT Suitable for children. Although you can bring children at your own discretion. 
  • Free cancellation of booking up to 72 hours before departure date, no admin fee imposed.
  • Free change of date up to 12 hours before departure date, no admin fee imposed. Change of date can be within 1 year of purchase.
  • Anything canceled within 12 hours will not be refunded.
  • Cancellation of some attractions may not be accepted. These are set forth by the attractions themselves and not Irish Tour Tickets.
  • Please note, on occasion, the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge may be closed due to inclement weather. If the rope bridge is closed on the day of your tour, a refund of £4.00 will be issued. To claim this refund you need to send us an email within 72 hours from the date of travel. (This refund is not applicable for discounted tickets/winter sale offer)
  • Irish Tour Tickets are not made liable for any closures of attractions due to extreme weather.
  • All tours operated by Irish Tour Tickets are subject to minimum numbers.

Covid-19 Information:

  • All refunds for disruption due to Covid-19 that have been requested on or before 25th June 2020 will be processed by 30th June 2020.
  • Timescales for any refunds requested after 25th June 2020 will be communicated as soon as possible.