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Giant's Causeway and Game of Thrones film location tour from Dublin

  • Fully narrated overview of Game of Thrones filming locations around Dublin
  • All attractions are free for the public to visit, making this a cost-conscious option
  • Travel with a group of fellow GOT fans
Giant's Causeway and Game of Thrones film location tour from Dublin
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Giant's Causeway and Game of Thrones film location tour from Dublin
USD 64.03

Hit all the filming spots from Game of Thrones around Dublin on this full-day tour, including a stop at the Giant's Causeway. Leaving the navigation to someone else, hear behind-the-scenes details and anecdotes from your guide while visiting locations such as Ballintoy Harbour, and Cushendun Caves. Additionally, visit the Giant's Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to learn about its unique geology. 

What to Expect
Meet your tour group bright and early at a central meeting location in Dublin. Board your comfortable tour vehicle and get to know your fellow Game of Thrones fans on the way. Your knowledgeable guide will tell you insider info and behind-the-scenes facts about the show.

Stop at Dark Hedges to see the filming location for Arya's King's Landing escape. Move on to Dunluce Castle, which inspired Harrenhal, and then travel along the Antrim Coast to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Giant's Causeway. Hear about the unique geology of the site, made up of thousands of dramatic basalt columns.

Continue on to the picturesque coastal village at Ballintoy Harbour, where you'll have around 40 minutes of free time.Then head to Cushendun Caves, where Melisandre birthed the creepy shadow, and Belfast, where you can grab some food (own expense) before the journey back to Dublin.

Please be aware that all times are approximate. The locations might be visited in a different order, depending on traffic and weather.

Please note: This tour is independently operated and is not sponsored, endorsed, or affiliated with HBO or anyone associated with Game of Thrones.
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Reviewed yesterday
Great tour.. Great information and a Great Guide!

We had a great driver, but the guide was fantastic with lots of information and even played a tiny guitar and sang for us some Irish songs and a song from Van Morrison :) I highly recommend this tour option. Once i find the guides...More

Thank stevenwr6
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Highlight of the trip!!!

This tour was absolutely amazing. Daniel and Yuri were both entertaining and very knowledgeable about Irish history and game of thrones. All the sites we visited were great, and we had plenty of time at each site to see everything. I'm so glad we took...More

Thank Trista K
Reviewed 2 days ago

Even though Aretha died this week, Respect was alive and well on this bus tour!. I was nervous about being a woman alone on the tour at 67 years of age, but I've been a GOT superfan for years and taught my Earth Science students...More

1  Thank Gray4fam
Reviewed 3 days ago
Thank you for this day!

I went on the trip with Finn McCools-Tours last Saturday, and from the very beginning, I felt warmly welcome and had one of the best days in Ireland. This trip takes you to the Giant's Causeway with lots of time to collect your memories. Furthermore,...More

Thank AdrianFricke
Reviewed 3 days ago
Winter is coming!

Even a wet and windy tour still delighted our coach party with Chris and Andy as guides. We know far more about Irish history than we ever did before and we had watched every episode of Game of Thrones to relish in film locations. If...More

1  Thank shellseeker73
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20 August 2018|
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Response from samantha t | Reviewed this property |
Hi there! We stayed in Belfast for about an hour/hour 30. just enough time to do a bit of shopping, but not sure if that would be enough time to visit the Titanic Museum. hope this helps.
Stephanie N
5 July 2018|
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Response from mpear49480 | Reviewed this property |
My recollection is that the bus had a restroom but they make frequent stops which include bathrooms. A light rain would be fine to do the tours but weather is always an issue in Ireland. You can get nearly all four seasons... More
Asma F
4 July 2018|
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Response from birkdale5 | Reviewed this property |
Yes as an option, either way there is bit of walking involved.