Tollymore Forest Park, Co. Down
Tollymore Forest Park, which was featured in the first episode of Season 1. It covers an area almost 630 hectares at the foot of the Mourne Mountains.It is home to trees, woodlands, streams, grottos and caves and offers panoramic views of the sea at nearby Newcastle.
You might remember this haunting forest from the scene in which a member of the Night's Watch rides through the snowy forest and stumbles upon dismembered Wildling bodies.
Riverrun, River Quoile, Co. Down
Located on the north bank of the Quoile River, this historic site is used as the location of the Twins in the Riverlands. The River Quoile features at a couple of key points in Season 1.
It is here that Robb's army needs to cross the Trident, so Catelyn Stark goes to bargain with Walder Frey to seek permission. In the next episode, it's the place where Catelyn and Robb learn of Ned's beheading and declare "We will kill them all".
Audley's Field, Strangford Lough
Lots of drama unfolds in Audley's Field and Castle by Strangford Lough. Visit and you can even explore Robb's Trail, one of two Game Of Thrones self-guided cycling tours provided by Clearsky Adventure Centre in the Castle Ward Estate.
Audley's Field was used during Season 1 as King Robert Baratheon and his retinue arrive at Winterfell. It's the backdrop of Robb's Camp in Season 2 and the place where he first meets Talisa.
Winterfell, Castle Ward, Co. Down
Castle Ward, which may be more familiar as Winterfell, overlooks the beautiful Strangford Lough. Inside this beautiful 820 acre walled demesne you will find the spectacular house, an exotic sunken garden and a haunting woodland.
Castle Ward is the prime location for Winterfell and the lands surrounding Winterfell in the North. This is where King Robert Baratheon and his retinue arrive and are met by the Starks in Season 1.
The King's Road, Dark Hedges, Co. Antrim
The Dark Hedges is a beautiful avenue of beech trees, planted by the Stuart family in the eighteenth century. Today, they remain a magnificent sight and have become one of the most photographed natural phenomena in Northern Ireland.
They live up to their haunting name in Season 2. These spectacular trees line the King's Road as Ayra Stark makes her escape from King's Landing. Disguised as a boy, .