If you’re a fan of any of the following popular television shows – such as Game of Thrones, Outlander or Downton Abbey, we can put together a detailed, personal itinerary, bringing you to the locations where pivotal scenes were shot.
The TV series Game of Thrones based on George R R Martin’s bestselling series of books is shot in various locations in Northern Ireland. See the forest where the White Walker ambush took place and where the Dire Wolf puppies were first found or the Dark Hedges road where Ayra Stark dressed as a boy to escape from King’s Landing. Serious fans can even dress up as the Starks of Winterfell!
In the UK, Highclere Castle is the main location for the highly successful period drama, Downton Abbey, which details the complicated lives and loves of the Crawley family and the people they employ. Visit the castle and the pretty Oxfordshire village, which doubles as the fictional village of Downton.
Outlander, the TV series set in Scotland and based on Diana Gabaldon's books about a time-travelling nurse, Claire, who falls in love with a Scottish Highlander, Jamie, has taken off in a huge way. So imagine being able to see the places where important scenes take place - the church where the wedding of Jamie and Claire takes place, the battlefield of Culloden where Jamie fights so bravely or the town in Fife where Frank sees the ghost of Jamie.
Or perhaps you’d like to see locations where movies such as the Hollywood blockbuster Braveheart (starring Mel Gibson), Saving Private Ryan (starring Tom Hanks) or Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince were shot. Or even older movies such as Barry Lyndon, The Quiet Man or The Spy Who Came In From The Cold? Just let us know and we will take you there!