Tollymore Forest Park, County Down, made its mark as the Haunted Forest, where the White Walkers began their march into the realm of men.These 600 hectares hold ancient redwoods as well as Gothic stone arches – the remnants of an 18th century estate.Think all the action takes place in real-world locations? Titanic Studios, one of Europe’s largest film studios, is used to create countless interiors for Game of Thrones®, such as the Throne Room and the Sept of Baelor.Set in the historic heart of Belfast and the birthplace of the Titanic, these hallowed halls have witnessed more backstabbing – both literal and figurative – than you could swing a mace at.But captured she was, and dragged to the Brotherhood without Banners’ hideout, otherwise known to us as Pollnagollum Cave in County Fermanagh.
It’s where Daenerys is rescued by her dragon Drogon and brought to his lair…
he forests, mountains and moorlands around Northern Ireland transformed into the scenic backdrops for Game of Thrones® most memorable moments.
It was here that Sansa and Littlefinger journeyed to the Eyrie, Jorah and Tyrion set sail on the Summer Sea together, and Jaime and Bronn came ashore on Dorne.
Nature was definitely smiling on HBO’s location scouts when they found the Dark Hedges, a haunting avenue of serpentine beech trees near Armoy, County Antrim.
It became the Kingsroad, where Arya disguised herself as a boy to avoid capture.
Castle Ward, County Down, and its lands were home to House Stark before the Boltons’ seige.