Although this is a coach tour, please note that this coach tour also includes two locations treks, one in the morning at Castle Ward Estate (3kms), the other in the afternoon at Tollymore forest (3kms). For this reason this tour is not recommended for young children, nor anyone with limited mobility. Please wear outdoor footwear and dress appropriately for the Northern Irish weather.

MEETING TIME IS 08:45 (08:15 from 1st Sept 2018)
DEPARTURE IS AT 09:00 (08:30 from 1st Sept 2018)

Prices for 2018

£50 Adults

£45 Students


10% off for groups of 6+ adults or 6+ students

We also offer private coach tours, subject to availability

NOTE: Lunch is not included in the ticket price





Please note that:
1. Game of Thrones® is full of adult content and is rated 18+ in the UK and Ireland
2. Our tours include walking treks, often over uneven surfaces, and
3. We have swords and other props on the coach
Accordingly, we do not permit children under the age of 12 to do any of our tours. This is why there is no children’s ticket price. If you purchase a ticket for a young person between 12 and 18, we need a written waiver from a parent or guardian. Please email us at, stating the Booking ID and young person’s age.





08:45 (08:15 from 1st Sept 2018) Meeting point is Jurys Inn, Great Victoria Street

The coach will arrive around 08:45 and the guide will greet everybody, check tickets and start loading passengers. The coach will have ‘Eamonn Rooney’ written on the side.

09:00 (08:30 from 1st Sept 2018) Departure

Depart from Jurys Inn, past Scrabo Tower and down the Ards peninsula to Portaferry.

10:15 Ferry across ‘the Narrows’

Ferry ride from Portaferry to Strangford, across the mouth of Strangford Lough. The name Strangford is derived from Old Norse Strangr-fjǫrðr, meaning ‘strong fjord’, describing the fast-flowing narrows at its mouth. If the ferry is cancelled due to bad weather, the coach will take a different route to Winterfell.

10:30 Morning trek at Winterfell (3km)

Visit to Castle Ward Estate. There are nine Game of Thrones® film locations on site, all close together. A 16th century castle and stableyard is the film location of Winterfell. Nearby, on the wooded shores of Strangford Lough, a 15th century Tower House (small castle) served as one of Walder Frey’s Twins and as the location of Robb’s Camp in the Riverlands. Other classic scenes filmed nearby include the spot where Brienne of Tarth dispatched three Stark bannermen and where Tyrion and Bronn were ambushed by the Stone Crows of the Vale.

12:15 Lunch in the port of Strangford.

On the coach trip from Belfast to Winterfell, we pass around a menu for pre-ordering hot food at The Cuan, see, a pub on the village square in the port of Strangford. Alternatively, you can bring your own lunch or get a sandwich in the local MACE store. Lunch is not included in the ticket price.

14:00 Inch Abbey: King in the North

Photo stop at the ruins of a 12th century Cistercian Abbey where Catelyn and Robb hear terrible news from King’s Landing, and Robb’s bannermen pledge fealty to him as the ‘King in the North’. For those who want to get fully immersed in the mood of the North, in the trunk of the coach there are plenty of Northern cloaks and Stark shields, helms and swords.

15:00 Afternoon Trek in Tollymore Forest (3km)

Arrival at Tollymore Forest Park. This forest park, covering 630 hectares (1,600 acres) was used as the backlot for many key scenes, including where Wills finds the dismembered bodies in the snow, Tyrion and Jon’s campfire on their journey north to the wall, and the bridge where the Starks discover a dead direwolf and her pups.

16:45 Depart Tollymore for Belfast

The tour concludes with a scenic drive through the Mourne mountains, source of inspiration for the world of Narnia as imagined by C.S. Lewis, before turning from Hilltown toward Banbridge and Belfast. We watch an episode of Game of Thrones on the last stretch of road to Belfast.

18:00 Arrive back in Belfast

Arrive back at Chichester Street and drop-off of all passengers.