Learn More: Test your aim with Game of Thrones Archery

Learn More: Test your aim with Game of Thrones Archery


Learn More: Test your aim with Game of Thrones Archery

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.


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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.

Castle Ward

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Tayto Castle & Factory

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Tepee Valley Campsite

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Mourne Mountains
25 Oct 2019(last updated)