Now that series six has reached a dramatic conclusion, we though it was the perfect time for to catch up on the locations of the 10 special Game Of Throne Doors commissioned for the past 10 episodes.

The doors were made from trees felled from the Dark Hedges (AKA Kingsroad) during Storm Gertrude and Tourism Ireland unveiled a different door every week as season six unfolded with each door referencing key scenes from the latest episode and incorporating various symbols from the show.

The intricately carved doors, created in partnership with HBO, are now hanging in pubs and other venues near filming locations across Northern Ireland, giving visitors a brand new Game of Thrones® Territory trail to follow.

1. The Cuan


The first ‘Door of Thrones’ (from episode one) is hanging in The Cuan guest inn in Strangford, near the filming locations of Castle Ward and Audley’s Castle.

2. Fiddler’s Green


The second door is hanging in Fiddlers Green in Portaferry, near Quintin Bay.

3. Percy French


The third door, in the Percy French restaurant in Newcastle, is near Tollymore Forest Park.

4. Blakes Of The Hollow


The fourth door is in Blakes of the Hollow in Enniskillen, near Pollagollum Cave.

5. Frank Owen’s Bar


The fifth door is in Frank Owens Bar in Limavady, near Downhill Strand.

6. Fullerton Arms


the sixth door is in the Fullerton Arms in Ballintoy, the setting for the Iron Islands.

7. Gracehill House


The seventh door is in Gracehill House, Ballymoney, near the iconic Dark Hedges.

8. Mary McBride’s


The eighth door is in Mary McBrides in Cushendun the location of the caves where Melisandre had her shadow baby.

9. Ballygally Castle Hotel


The ninth door is in the Ballygally Castle Hotel, recognised as the perfect base to explore the Game of Thrones filming locations.

10. The Dark Horse


The tenth and final door can be found in the Dark Horse on Hill Street, Belfast, close to the Titanic Studios where a lot of Game of Thrones is filmed.

Door crawl anyone???

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