The Dark Hedges

Historic Site, Road, and Forest
Ballymoney
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  • Thiago M.
    "Really nice Game of Thrones scene "The King's Road"."(3 Tips)
    Bruno B.
    "Game of Thrones Filming Location"(2 Tips)
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  • Miltos T.
    Miltos TrOctober 12
    For GOT fans only. Just trees.
  • Giuliana K.
    Giuliana KeimichSeptember 2
    Very beautiful worth a visit
  • Eddie P.
    Eddie PakJune 6
    There's an area to pullover and park the car, if you're coming from B15 (from the east), right before the bend. I think the best views are also from that side (looking northwest).
  • Bruno B.
    Game of Thrones Filming Location
  • Thiago M.
    Thiago MaiaMarch 28
    Really nice Game of Thrones scene "The King's Road". People said it is difficult to find but we just added to google maps and follow it on the phone without a problem
  • Jonathan G.
    Jonathan GoodmanFebruary 19
    Walk; don't drive past
  • Tihomir K.
    Tihomir KitJanuary 24
    We visited during winter so there were no leaves on these things. I imagine it's much more impressive during spring or autumn. Should be visited if you're in the area anyway.
  • Olly S.
    Olly StedallAugust 15, 2015
    The trees were planted by the Stuart family in the 18th century, as a landscape feature to impress visitors to their home, Gracehill House. Two centuries later, they remain a magnificent sight.
    Upvoted Oct 19
  • Olly S.
    Olly StedallAugust 15, 2015
    Visitors are advised to park in the nearby hotel and walk down the lane, rather than driving down, which is causing damage to the verges, and spoiling the photo opportunities for visitors. Read more
  • Olly S.
    Olly StedallAugust 15, 2015
    The trees have been used as a filming location in HBO's epic series Game of Thrones, representing the King's Road. In season 2 episode 1, Arya Stark, disguised as a boy, travels down the road.
  • Olly S.
    Olly StedallAugust 15, 2015
    In misty weather, these beech trees are amazingly spooky. You'll find them hard to photograph unless you come early in the morning as your shot will be spoilt by the crowds trying to do the same.
  • Debbie B.
    Debbie BrownOctober 21, 2012
    Go early in the morning to avoid idiots standing taking photographs of each other
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