Get out and about in the beautiful countryside surrounding Belfast and try these Game of Thrones inspired activities.

Archery at Winterfell Game of Thrones Experience

Archery

Channel your inner Ayra Stark and learn to shoot an arrow like a pro. There are loads of places beyond Belfast that offer archery lessons in lush woodland settings fit for a Game of Thrones film set. Colin Glen offers archery suitable for all ages, as well as orienteering, walking trails and more outdoor adventures; or venture to The Jungle NI where you can pair archery with treetop adventures, Forest School and lots of fun activities for kids. Winterfell Tours hosts archery in the grounds of Winterfell Castle where Bran Stark learned to shoot arrows, too.

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Winterfell Tours

Meet the Direwolves

Winterfell Tours gives you the chance to meet Odin and Thor, the Northern Inuit breed dogs that starred as the Direwolves in Game of Thrones. Or, take the Game of Thrones Direwolf Tour to some of Northern Ireland's most scenic filming locations and hang out with the dogs on the way.

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Castle Ward
Castle Ward

Sleep Under the Stars

Spend a night in the great outdoors with a range of beautiful glamping locations across Northern Ireland. Let’s Go Hydro and The Jungle NI both offer spacious, comfortable glamping pods, where you can get a taste of life in a Dothraki camp around a fire. Or bed down for a night deep in the forest of Winterfell, with Winterfell Tours at Castle Ward.

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Bunk Campers at The Dark Hedges

Game of Thornes Driving Route

Hire a campervan Bunk Campers and journey to the heart of Winterfell with your transport and accommodation in one. Touring the locations by campervan is a unique way to explore Winterfell and other Game of Thrones filming locations at your leisure. Enjoy the freedom and independence of your campervan as you tour from Winterfell to King's Road and the Isle of Pyke in your home on wheels.

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