Come and take the "Three Eyed Raven" tour of the top Game of Thrones filming locations. Visit Dragonstone, Pyke, The Stormlands and many other locations on this tour of Westeros. We can customise your tour, depending on what time you have available. Simply contact us with your requirements and we will design a tour especially for you.
The Antrim Plateau makes up the fantasy land of Winterfell. A private estate in Cairncastle was used in Season 1 for the backdrop of Stark Castle which was created using CGI. Visit the location of the beheading of the Nights watch deserter.
The stunning Cushendun Caves were formed over a period of 400 million of years and nestle beneath rocky cliffs spilling down to the sea. Located just beyond Cushendun Village, this windswept location is where Ser Davos Seaworth (under orders from Stannis Baratheon) lands the red priestess Melisandre ashore, later witnessing her giving birth to a sinister shadow creature.
Remote Murlough Bay became the Iron Islands in Season 3 and was where Ser Davos Seaworth was stranded after the Battle of Blackwater. Actor Liam Cunningham recalls, "The light playing on the cliff and the sea stretching to Scotland took my breath away." It is also well known for Theon Greyjoys horse ride with his sister Yara.
The old medieval ruins of Dunluce Castle are an awesome to behold, perched on high, rocky cliffs. Even in its long, uninhabited state, it is still an imposing sight – so just think how it would have looked as a fully functional fort. Both its size and its location make it the perfect site for exterior shots of the Greyjoys seat of power.
Downhill Beach is a seven-mile beach overlooked by Mussenden Temple and became Dragonstone, the castle that stands upon the eponymous island located in Blackwater Bay. It is the ancestral seat of House Targaryen and was the stronghold of a cadet branch of House Baratheon. At the start of Season 1, it was held for King Robert Baratheon by his brother, Stannis Baratheon. It is the place where the seven Gods of Westeros were sacrificed by Lady Melisandre.
Season 5 saw filming begin at the remote and beautiful Binevenagh Mountain, which overlooks the North Coast. It was the location chosen for the Dothraki Sea far above the city of Meereen. It is where Daenerys was rescued by her dragon Drogon and brought to his lair.
The picturesque fishing village of Ballintoy became Pyke when it was used as the filming location when Theon Greyjoy arrived back in the Iron Islands, was baptised in the name of the Drowned God and paid homage to the ship ‘Sea Bitch’. This is also where he first met his sister Yara. Ballintoy village was also used as some of the areas around Dragonstone.
Larrybane was a chalk quarry until the 1970s and now marks the start of a coast walk to Carrick-a-Rede. It was the setting for Renly Baratheon’s camp in Season 2. It is also where the tournament, in which Brienne of Tarth was introduced, took place.
The stunning avenue of beech trees appeared in Season 2 when Arya Stark, disguised as a boy, escaped from King’s Landing. She fled on the King's Road in a cart, along with Yoren, Gendry and Hot Pie who were intent on joining the Night’s Watch.
Tollymore Forest Park features regularly in Game of Thrones. It was the setting for The Haunted Forest where the three Night’s Watch men first encountered a White Walker. It was also the scene of Theon Grevjoys escape attempt when he was pursued by Ramsay Snow. Another notable scene from Tollymore Forest Park was Ned Stark finding the dead stag.
Several scenes from Season 1 and Season 2 were shot at Audley’s Field. It was the backdrop for King Robert Baratheon’s arrival at Winterfell in Season 1 and Robb’s camp in Season 2. Robb first meets Talisa here and it was where Alton Lannister was imprisoned.