Giant’s Causeway and Game of Thrones Tour

By Aashima

Are you ready to walk where giants once roamed and step into the fantastical world of Game of Thrones?

Giant’s Causeway and Game of Thrones tours provide an 8.5-hour trip to these attractions with a round bus transfer from Belfast.

This tour combines the breathtaking natural wonder of the Giant’s Causeway with iconic filming locations from the beloved HBO series.

Giant’s Causeway is a natural wonder featuring 40,000 basalt columns caused by ancient volcanic eruptions.

During the tour, Game of Thrones enthusiasts can explore Kings Road, Ballintoy Harbour, and more locations where the series was filmed.

The tickets also include a live tour guide who will give you insights into these attractions and their history.

Besides these two attractions, the tour also includes visiting various other Irish attractions, like Waterfoot Caves, Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge and more.

The best part is that, with a current discount of 31%, you can avail yourself of this Giant’s Causeway and Game of Thrones tour for just € 28 per person.

Belfast to Giant’s Causeway Tour Includes:

  • 8.5-hour tour
  • Giant’s Causeway and Game of Thrones tour
  • Transportation by air-conditioned bus
  • Live tour guide
  • Entry to the Dark Hedges
  • Visit many other Irish attractions, like Carrickfergus Castle, Waterfoot Caves, and Rope Bridge

Giant’s Causeway and Game of Thrones Tour Price:

Age GroupPrice
Adult ticket (17 to 64 years)€28
Child ticket (4 to 16 years)€20
Infant ticket (3 and younger)Free
Senior ticket (65+ years)Free
Student ticket (17+ years)€24
Military ticket €24
GOT and Gaint Causeway

If you want to live in the GoT moment with costumes and swords, you can upgrade your ticket by purchasing this luxurious Game of Thrones and Giants Causeway tour.

By paying €58, you can get a knowledgeable guide who was in the series and learn about the insider stories of the shooting.

If you are a GOT fan, we highly recommend this tour to you.

What to Expect from Belfast to Giant’s Causeway Journey?

Your journey will start from Belfast’s meeting point (mentioned below) at 9.30 am.

The first destination will be Carrickfergus Castle, which is a 12th-century Norman castle.

You can get down, visit the castle, roam around and click pictures.

The drive will carry along the Antrim Coast Road, traveling through some of the nine Glens of Antrim.

The tour guide will tell stories about the fairies and leprechauns in these glens.

After this, you will pass through Glenarm, Carnlough Harbour, the Waterfoot Caves, and Cushendun Curfew House.

The next location will be Portaneevy View Point, where you can see the Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge.

You can view this stunning rope bridge and look across to the Mull of Kintyre in Scotland and Rathlin Island.

Then, listen to the many other stories behind these sights before heading towards the Dark Hedges, also known as the Kingsroad in the Game of Thrones HBO series.

You can walk among the famous trees from Game of Thrones. Afterward, you can stop for lunch at a traditional pub (costs are not included with the tour).

Later, visit some more locations from GOT, like Carnlough Harbour, where Arya Stark swam and Magharmorne Quarry, where Castle Black was located.

Your tour will conclude at the Giant’s Causeway, where you can explore historic stones and learn about the legend of the Giant Finn MacCool.

You can learn about its history and know how and why the Causeway was built.

After enjoying the tour directly, travel from Giant’s Causeway to Belfast and get dropped off in the city center.

Highlights of the Giant’s Causeway and Game of Thrones Tours:

Enjoy a visit to Giant’s Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

See some of the popular Game of Thrones sites

Watch stunning views from Portaneevy View Point of the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

Enjoy the stunning scenery of the Antrim coastal route

Hear history, many interesting stories and a few legends from the Tour Guide

Get good advice from the guide to avoid overpaying in many places.

Meeting Point: You can start your tour at the Allens Tours office. GET DIRECTIONS

Know Before You Visit:

Make sure to arrive at the meeting location at least 10-15 minutes before the mentioned time.

The weather in Northern Ireland can be unpredictable. Dress in layers and be prepared for rain.

Wear appropriate footwear, be cautious on wet surfaces, and follow marked trails. Keep a safe distance from cliff edges.


How do I get to Giants Causeway from Belfast?

The easiest way to get from Belfast to Giant’s Causeway is by booking a guided tour ticket.

With this tour ticket, you can take a full-day tour of the Causeway and many other Irish attractions and also visit the places where Game of Thrones was shot.

Book Giant’s Causeway and Game of Thrones full-day tour from Belfast now! 

How much does it cost to visit the Giants Causeway?

Giants Causeway is free to enter. However, reaching the location can be a tough task.

To conveniently visit the attraction without worrying about the transportation hassle, you can book these Giants Causeway tour tickets, which include a round bus transfer and a live tour guide.

These tickets cost €28 for adults. Students, children, military personnel and seniors can avail of additional discounts. Infants under three years old can enter for free.

Was Giant’s Causeway used in Game of Thrones?

No, Giant’s Causeway was not filmed in Game of Thrones.

Various other attractions near the Causeway were filmed in the series, like the Dark Hedges, known as the Kingsroad in the HBO series.

Where is the Game of Thrones tour in Ireland?

The Game of Thrones tour included in this package takes place in Northern Ireland, specifically starting in Belfast. 

The tour covers various iconic Game of Thrones filming locations in the region.

What is the famous road in Game of Thrones?

The famous road in Game of Thrones is the Dark Hedges, also known as the Kings Road in the HBO series.

Buy this bus from Belfast to Giant’s Causeway and Game of Thrones day tours and see the Dark Hedges now!

Where was Game of Thrones filmed?

Game of Thrones was filmed in multiple locations across Northern Ireland, including the Dark Hedges, Ballintoy Harbour, and other spots.

Book this Giant’s Causeway and Game of Thrones day tour from Belfast to visit these famous spots now!

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