Game of Thrones Doors
We have all seen the world famous Dark Hedges, also known to Game of Thrones fans, the Kings Road. In 2016, Northern Ireland was hit by Storm Gertrude which destroyed a number of trees from this beloved site. In reaction to this, Discover Northern Ireland set out to preserve history by carving the felled trees into 10 doors. These doors were intricately carved to depict a scene from each episode of Season 6. Each door is now on display in 10 pubs and inns across Northern Ireland, providing a unique GOT exhibition unlike any other. The doors are each located near iconic film locations giving you a reason to go and somewhere to catch your lunch! Here is exactly where to find the doors!
1. The Cuan, Strangford, Co Down
Situated beside Castle Ward, better known to us as Winterfell in Season 1 and Audleys’ Castle, Home of the Frays.
2. Fiddler’s Green, Portaferry, Co Down
Situated near Quintin Bay – where one of our favourite Jamie and Bronn scenes were filmed in Season 5.
3. Percy French, Newcastle, Co Down
Nearest to Tollymore Forest – one of GOT Direwolves favourite filming scenes, where the Starks discover the Direwolf pups in Season 1 and much more!
4. Blakes of the Hollow, Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh
Close to the Pollnagollum Caves – this was home to the Riverlands in Season 3.
5. Frank Owens Bar, Limavady, Co Derry
Near to Downhill Beach and Binevenagh – Downhill Beach was featured in Season 2 as Dragonstone and Binevenagh was used to shoot the Dothraki Grasslands in Season 5!
6. Fullerton Arms, Ballintoy, Co. Antrim
Situated close to Ballintoy Harbour and Larrybane – located in the North Coast beside the Giants Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge it was used as Pyke, Iron Islands and Dragonstone.
7. Gracehill House, Stranocum, Co Antrim
Not falling far from the tree, this site is near the Dark Hedges – The Kings Road.
8. Mary McBrides, Cushendun, Co Antrim
Close to the Cushendun Caves – used as the Stormlands Cove.
9. Ballygally Castle, Ballygally, Co Antrim
Located near Cairncastle and the Glens of Antrim – The Neck on the road to Moat Cailin and Runestone (Season 5).
10. The Dark Horse, Belfast, Co Antrim
Located in Belfast City Centre this door is closest to the Titanic Studios film set where all the magic happens!
The first Door can be seen on our Game of Thrones Direwolf Tour! its very close to where the Direwolves are based.
Thank you to Tourism Northern Ireland for the Doors and the Adventure. All phot0 credit to Tourism NI.
Now go find the Doors! 10/10, Thank you For reading.
Game of Thrones Tour Belfast
Want to see all the Game of Thrones locations the beautiful Irish Landscape has to offer? Receive discount when you book both.
You’re spending a weekend in Belfast why not take the Dragon tour on Saturday and the Direwolf tour on Sunday and see all the locations! We recommended take both one after the other over two days.
The quality Game of Thrones film location experience in Ireland and the only tour that can meet the Direwolves from the HBO series Summer and Greywind! A day filled with adventure guided by an extra from Game of Thrones.
A fully immersive experience with cloaks and swords so you can delve fully into your favourite show!
What does this tour include?
• Meet and Greet with the Two Actual Direwolves Summer and Greywind.
• Weapons, Costumes and Flags
• Explore some of Ireland’s most scenic locations
• Entertaining and Knowledgeable guides who stared in the Show as Extras
• All the Game of Thrones “Behind The Scenes” stories of a film set
• Collection form City Center
• Small groups