Belfast & Northern Ireland

Game of Thrones' Glass of Thrones

19 Jan 2021
Six giant, stained glass windows have been unveiled across Belfast as part of Tourism Ireland’s Game of Thrones® campaign. A whopping 70% of the production of Game of Thrones® took place right here in Northern Ireland and these fantastic works of art showcase and celebrate our connection to millions of fans worldwide.
 
After a decade of filming and production, the eighth and final season was celebrated with the 'Glass of Thrones' campaign, created by Tourism Ireland and Tourism NI in partnership with HBO. Each window highlights a key House or legacy; including the Lannisters, Baratheons, Targaryens, White Walkers and the Iron Throne, and depicts the most exciting and talked-about moments from the entire saga.

Each has been designed by hand illustrators and stained by an artist in Bangor, Co. Down. Collectively they form a Game of Thrones® trail, leading fans across the city from Belfast City Hall to the Titanic Studios, where much of the show was produced. Other locations are the Belfast Waterfront, Lagan Weir, SSE Arena and SS Nomadic.
 
And even if fans aren't able to see them in person, they can visit Ireland.com, upload a photo and digitally place themselves in the online version of each stained glass window using the hashtag #GlassofThrones.

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