T.V. & Film in Ireland

ADD ONE OF THESE EXPERIENCES TO YOUR IRELAND VACATION

Taking a trip to Ireland and interested in seeing some famous filming locations? We’ve got you covered! Work with one of our dedicated Travel Specialists to incorporate any of these experiences into your vacation.

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Didn’t see your favorite movie filmed in Ireland here? Maybe it’s in our Ultimate Ireland T.V/Film Guide! Download the guide for free!


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Star Wars: The Force Awakens VII sent the global box-office into hyperdrive. Since 1977, the record-breaking movie franchise has travelled through more than a few galaxies. For Episode VII the cast and crew jetted into a little town called Portmagee, County Kerry, on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. While the hotly anticipated Episode VIII came back for more than just a taster of this incredible stretch of coastline, with filming taking place from the tip of Donegal down to the rocky shoreline of Cork.

SUGGESTED FILMING LOCATIONS TO VISIT:

  • Skellig Islands
  • Portmagee
  • Dingle
  • Sybil Head
  • Loop Head
  • Inishowen Peninsula
  • Crookhaven
  • Mizen Head

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    Escape Westeros on King’s Road, visit the home of the Greyjoys and Starks or hide from herds of Dothraki. Some of the most iconic images of HBO’s award-winning series “Game of Thrones” have been shot in Northern Ireland. Create your own journey by renting a car or hiring a private driver that transcends worlds and time as we bring you through the lands of Game of Thrones.

    SUGGESTED FILMING LOCATIONS TO VISIT:

    • Tollymore Forest Park
    • Inch Abbey
    • Cushendon Caves
    • Murlough Bay
    • Ballintoy Harbor
    • Dunluce Castle
    • The Dark Hedges
    • Downhill Strand


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    When Gerry (Gerard Butler), the Irish fun-loving husband of Holly (Hilary Swank), dies from an illness, she loses the love of her life. But as she turns 30, she receives the first in a series of letters written by him, designed to encourage her to move forward to a new life. Gerry for instance arranged for Holly to travel to his homeland, Ireland, in the Wicklow Mountains. And she learns to move on thanks to this trip and the symbolic memories this country represents, as she met Gerry in Ireland. And later on, the film ends with Holly taking her mother on a trip to Ireland as well, for her to see what is so special about this country. Take a trip through Holly’s heartbroken footsteps to see the magic of Ireland which eventually mended her heart!

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    Quiet Man Cottage Museum is a novel concept which will give the visitor a total Quiet Man experience as if they were actually ‘on-set’. Located by the river at Circular Road, Cong, between actual locations used for the filming, the ground floor of the cottage has been designed as an exact replica of ‘White-o-Mornin’ Cottage. Painstaking effort has ensured that all the furnishings, artifacts and costumes are authentic reproductions. The four poster bed and the tables and chairs which Mary Kate cherished, the thatched roof, emerald green half door and white washed front combine to charm all those who visit it. The Quiet Man Museum is a must for any Quiet Man enthusiasts, who can read what it was like when Hollywood took over the village of Cong in 1951 from local newspaper articles on display in the Museum.

    SUGGESTED FILMING LOCATIONS TO VISIT:

    • Cong
    • Co. Mayo
    • Ashford Castle
    • Connemara
    • Clifden
    • Lettergesh Beach
    • BallygluninThoor Ballylee
    • Maam
    • Oughterard


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