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'Game of Thrones' Film Location Tour from Dublin Including Giant's Causeway

From US$68.80
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  • 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
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'Game of Thrones' Film Location Tour from Dublin Including Giant's Causeway
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'Game of Thrones' Film Location Tour from Dublin Including Giant's Causeway
From US$68.78
Overview

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 Larrybane, 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.

Travel on to Larrybane, site of King Renly's Camp, and Ballintoy, where Theon's return to the Iron Islands was filmed. 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.
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Reviewed yesterday
Great day tour, even if you've never seen GOT

This tour was a great way to see some of beautiful Northern Ireland. My friend has never seen Game of Thrones but still really enjoyed seeing the countryside and especially Giant's Causeway. Our guide Tara was great at giving historical information about Ireland and GOT...More

Thank Vanessa W
Reviewed yesterday
Informative, Fun and Awesome Scenery

We were in Dublin for my girlfriend’s 33rd and the (probably culturally insensitive) hilarity of being wished a Happy Birthday in an Irish accent. Both being GOT fans, we decided to take the opportunity to take in some scenery and explore more of this beautiful...More

Thank ThudNBlunder
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Awesome Landscapes! Totally worth it!

We've had an awesome trip with our guide Irial and our driver Piotr. Besides a lot of background stories about the country, the people and GoT we've seen several breathtaking landscape and other amazing places in Northern Ireland. Definitely worth it every single Euro.

Thank Karsten K
Reviewed 1 week ago
Highly Recommend

A friend and I did this tour on a pretty tough day weather-wise, but our guide and driver, Michael and Peter did a fantastic job keeping us engaged and excited despite the wind and the rain. Michael provided screen grabs from the show that made...More

Thank Angela T
Reviewed 1 week ago
Very good but needs to be more GoT focused

My adult daughter and I took this tour from Dublin on what had to be the worst day of the month, weather-wise. Kudos to Finn Mc Cool for carrying on regardless. The driver was excellent and the bus nice and warm, and comfortable. They left...More

Thank Denise F
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Response from Robyn W | Reviewed this property |
yes, the guy made its friendly and you can go as far or do as much as you want to do
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