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The Geology of A Game of Thrones:
a bus tour through fire and ice

Date:
10 October 2015
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Event type:
Field Trip, Social Event
Organised by:
Earth Science Week 2015, Geological Survey of Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland Regional Group
Venue:
Meet at Queen's University, University Rd, Belfast BT7 1NN
Event status:
EVENT CLOSED

Northern Ireland’s amazingly diverse rocks and landscapes are used as the main filming location for HBO’s fantasy drama series Game of Thrones. Why not join us for a bus trip with a difference as we explore these landscapes and find out how they formed and how they were used in the series. 

A joint initiative of GSNI and the Northern Ireland Regional Group, the tour will concentrate on the geology of these sites and the surrounding landscape, but also on how and why these locations were chosen for filming. Locations will include Carnlough, Cairncastle, Cushendun Caves, Murlough Bay, Ballintoy Harbour, Carrickarede and Downhill.

Booking is essential so please contact 028 90388462 to book your place. Please bring a packed lunch. 

Event Details:

Time: 9am to 6pm 

Cost: £10/adult, £5/child (3 and under go free)

Location: Meet at the front gates to Queen’s University at 9am

Target Audience: General public 


Convenor Contact

Dr Kirstin Lemon

Tel: 028 90388462