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GoT Fans Can Now Explore Westeros in Northern Ireland!

GoT Fans Can Now Explore Westeros in Northern Ireland!
Mussenden Temple located on high cliffs overlooking Downhill Strand and the Atlantic Ocean was used as a shooting location in GoT, Photo Credit: Shutterstock

Immerse yourself in the studio sets of the Game of Thrones franchise in Northern Ireland in 2020 when they open to the public

OT Staff
April 17 , 2019
01 Min Read

Shot across 49 locations across Northern Ireland, Game of Thrones has turned out to be one of the most popular HBO original series to have ever been produced. After the recent release of episode one of season eight, fans now will have something more to be excited about once the final season ends. You can explore Westeros in real life soon! 

How?

A studio tour set in Northern Ireland is set to open to the public aka GoT fans by 2020.

Path leading to the Cushendun Cave in Northern Ireland, county of Antrim, which was used as a filming location in Game of Thrones

The makers of the show have said that one of the studios will open with a tour on offer. They are considering including the standing sets for iconic locations from the show such as Winterfell, Castle Black and Kings Landing alongside a formal studio tour at Linen Mill Studios, which will showcase material and props from the series over an area of 1,10,000 sq ft, spanning across all seasons. The tour should open by next year, we hear. 

With the final season of Game of Thrones coming to an end, there is a sense of melancholy but winter still hasn't ended and just 40kms for Belfast, Northern Ireland's capital city, you can have the best time if you are a true fan.

And if that isn't enough, you can always go on your own GoT trail!


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