Filming location in Game of Thrones Series

Filming Location
The Kingsroad Avenue

After Arya Stark escapes King’s Landing, she joins a small group of Night’s Watch recruiters heading north. The beautiful Kingsroad Avenue from this scene is located in Northern Ireland. Want to know the exact filming location? Click the map pointer icon in the navigation area at the top for the exact map coordinates.

Where did they film the “The Kingsroad Avenue” scene?

The Dark Hedges avenue in the north of Northern Ireland is the real Kingsroad Avenue. With more than 150 beech trees, it’s a popular tourist destination. The filmmakers used this striking landscape to create the Kingsroad, a prominent setting in the series. Planted in the 18th century, over 150 beech trees line the path to the Gracehill House estate, offering an enchanting view. In the movie, filmmakers transformed a paved road with added dirt and grass to create a medieval appearance.

The scene filmed at the Dark Hedges

(Season 2, Episode 1: “The North Remembers”)

After the execution of Eddard Stark (Sean Bean), Yoren (Francis Magee) helps Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) escape King’s Landing. Disguised as a boy and aided by Yoren, a recruiter from the Night’s Watch, Arya leaves the city with Gendry (Joe Dempsie), who is also fleeing the Lannisters. They’re seen sitting together on a wagon, traveling through the picturesque Kingsroad tree allée.

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