Do you pledge your allegiance to House Stark and the King in the North? Then make your way to Winterfell and learn to fire a bow and arrow at this Game of Thrones filming location.
Located in the medieval grounds of Castle Ward, just 40 minutes from Belfast, this immersive experience is a must-do for any Game of Thrones fan. Look the part with provided costumes and see how sharp your aim is, following instruction and training from experts. Combine your archery session with a meet and greet with the Direwolf dogs for a proper Winterfell experience to remember.
Tayto’s crisps have been made in the town of Tandragee for the past 60 years. And if you’re a mega fan of the potato snacks, then you can’t miss out on a guided tour of the factory. You’ll learn about the whole crisp-making process, as well as try some of their famous flavours – cheese and onion seems to be a big crowd pleaser.
In the secluded hills of Northern Ireland’s Apple Country is a peaceful campsite perfect for escaping the modern world. Full of luxurious glamping options, each unique in their design and decoration, you can choose to stay in a gypsy caravan, a shepherd hut, yurts, geodesic domes and, as their name suggests, tepees.
The peak of Slieve Donard is the highest in the Mourne Mountains, and comes with some jaw-dropping views. Embark on a guided walk (accompanied by a qualified Mountain Leader) up these beautiful hills, ascending along the Bloody Bridge River and stopping for a scenic lunch along the way.