Game of Thrones Studio Tour is welcoming tourists to Northern Ireland with a new window display at the Visit Belfast Welcome Centre. The display showcases the making of a momentous scene in the hit HBO series and gives visitors a hint of what to expect at the official Game of Thrones Studio Tour.
The display also marks the extension of the visitor attraction’s direct coach service from Belfast to include Fridays, in addition to weekend transfers, plus a 25%-off admission to welcome in the spring season.
Game of Thrones Studio Tour invites visitors to discover how Game of Thrones was made, journey into the heart of Westeros, and see breathtaking imagery, captivating sets, original props, and stunning costumes. Much of the award-winning HBO show was filmed at Linen Mill Studios in Banbridge, Co Down.
The window display at Visit Belfast features Pyke Bridge and two Ironborn characters and pays homage to the memorable scene in Season 6, Episode Two of Game of Thrones during which Balon Greyjoy is confronted by his brother Euron Greyjoy. It also shows how a green screen and visual effects were used to bring the scene to life on our TV screens.
The spectacular Euron Greyjoy costume worn in Season 7, is just one of more than 140 costumes from the show on display at Game of Thrones Studio Tour.
Game of Thrones Studio Tour is located at Linen Mill Studios in Banbridge. The Tour is located just 30-mins from Belfast and 90-mins from Dublin. Visitors to Visit Belfast Welcome Centre can purchase Game of Thrones Studio Tour tickets directly, or online at www.gameofthronesstudiotour.com. Spring season 25%-off admission runs from 11th – 26th March and from 1st – 16th April.