FW: Game of Thrones Exhibition Coming to Belfast Waterfront
NITB - Game of Thrones Exibit
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Westeros returns to Belfast. Experience the Game of Thrones exhibition in Belfast, Belfast Waterfront from June 11th-15th.
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Be transported to the enchanted world of Westeros
Free of charge, the not-to-be-missed Game of Thrones exhibition will bring the enchanted world of the show and its characters directly to fans, focusing on key places, characters and relationships from the series. Get the full experience and tour the Game of Thrones Northern Ireland filming locations while you are here.
About the Exhibition
The exhibit will offer a fresh perspective on the show showcasing a collection of nearly 100 original artefacts from pivotal scenes in seasons 1, 2 and 3, plus select pieces from the fourth season premiering in 2014.
Sit on the Iron Throne itself and participate in Oculus Rift, a new, fully immersive interactive experience where you experience scaling the ice wall.
Take the Game of Thrones Locations Tour
Game of Thrones is filmed in Titanic Studios in Belfast and also features many of the stunning locations from across Northern Ireland, which is the perfect setting for the epic story – with our rugged coast lines, historic castles and breath taking scenery.
Discover these epic places for yourself with the McCombs Game of Thrones bus tour. Pictured: The Dark Hedges, Ballymoney - used as The Kings Road.
Drive the Causeway Coast GOT locations
This three-day Game of Thrones self drive Itinerary is a great way to discover some key filming locations of the show along the stunning Causeway Coast of Northern Ireland which has been used to represent everything from Winterfell to the King’s Road, The Iron Islands to Stormlands.
Stand on the spot where Lannisters schemed, stroll in the footsteps of Starks, and gaze on grasslands crossed by the Dothraki horde.
Game of Thrones Archery at Castle Ward
Have a go at archery in the very place where young Bran was taught archery by Jon Snow - in the courtyard at Castle Ward aka 'Winterfell'.
Stand in a recreated Game of Thrones archery film set, dress in a Game of Thrones like costume to look the part, and get ready to take aim.
Places to stay in Belfast
Why not make a break of it? Stay over in buzzing Belfast, take in the Titanic sights, great shopping and the vibrant nightlife!