GLASS OF THRONES 4 WHITE WALKERS LOCATED AT THE SS NOMADIC
This is at Belfast’s Titanic Quarter right outside SS Nomadic, tender ship to Titanic, and close to the historic Drawing Offices. The central feature is the much loved Hodor and his final act of self-sacrifice. The fearsome Night King flies high while his terrifying army of the dead dominates much of the glass in their hordes.
GLASS OF THRONES 6 LANNISTER WINDOW AT HMS CAROLINE
The Lannister window is located close to the historic war ship HMS Caroline. The window glows in striking shades of yellow and red, with a splash of green depicting the wildfire explosion at the Sept of Baelor. Cersei is featured at its core carried by Ser Gregor, her fearsome bodyguard, after her shameful walk of atonement.
GLASS OF THRONES 3 HOUSE OF TARGARYEN LOCATED AT THE ODYSSEY IN BELFAST
Walk along the River Lagan to Odyssey Point and you will find a stained window dedicated to House Targaryen. As well as an epic picture of Daenerys riding a fire-breathing dragon, it includes Viserys’ unforgettable death by molten gold.
GLASS OF THRONES 1 LOCATED AT THE AC HOTEL IN BELFAST
The first window, located on the waterfront outside AC Hotel, was unveiled to coincide with the first episode of eighth and final series. From Jon Snow wielding Longclaw at the Battle of Bastards to Bran as the three-eyed raven, it depicts some of the most famous moments relating to House Stark.
The AC Hotel Belfast, located on the waterfront, is the first Marriott hotel in Northern Ireland.
Game of Thrones is an American fantasy drama television series created by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss for HBO. It is an adaptation of A Song of Ice and Fire, a series of fantasy novels by George R. R. Martin, the first of which is A Game of Thrones. The show was shot in the United Kingdom, Canada, Croatia, Iceland, Malta, Morocco, and Spain. It premiered on HBO in the United States on April 17, 2011, and concluded on May 19, 2019, with 73 episodes broadcast over eight seasons.
GLASS OF THRONES IN BELFAST – No 2 AT THE LAGAN WEIR
Featuring a striking portrait of the Red Woman, Gendry’s war hammer and a shadow assassin, it depicts some of House Baratheon’s most iconic moments.
To celebrate 10 years of filming in Northern Ireland, Tourism Ireland created six giant, stained glass windows depicting some of the most iconic scenes from Game of Thrones. These windows making up the Glass of Thrones walking trail are now on permanent display after being generously gifted by Tourism Ireland.
The windows were unveiled to coincide with the final season of the show with each one representing a different house or legacy; including the Starks, Lannisters, Baratheons, Targaryens, White Walkers and the Iron Throne. The designs include the most talked-about scenes from seasons one to seven based on fans’ online searches.
Find the Glass of Thrones installations dotted along the Maritime Mile, from AC Hotel past Titanic Studios to HMS Caroline. Take a stroll to rediscover the most iconic moments from the saga immortalised in stained glass.