Winterfell is coming! Visitors to Winterfell Festival 2018 will have the opportunity to walk in the footsteps of Ned Stark, Lord of Winterfell and experience theatrical re-enactments of scenes from George R. R. Martin’s first novel in the fantasy series, A Song of Ice and Fire.
Visitors will experience a Winterfell where tensions are high as tales of ancient peoples, once thought extinct, who can kill with a mere touch of their flesh, rattle the residents.
Visitors can join the crowds and soak up the atmosphere at the King’s Tournament Games where full contact jousting and enthralling film-set stunts & tricks will make a spectacle fit for entertaining royalty. Sword fighting displays and falconry will add to the atmosphere, creating an unforgettable event.
Life in Westeros
Come along and stand in the very courtyard where Jon Snow taught his brother Bran to shoot a bow and arrow. Then explore the clock tower, an iconic feature in the Winterfell landscape and the spot where Bran Stark is pushed from the window by Jamie Lannister.
Follow the trail to Audley’s Castle and see if you can avoid crossing the path of the most feared creatures in Westeros, the White Walkers.
Experience the sights, sounds and smells of a medieval village and watch skilled blacksmiths, silversmiths, weavers and armourers at work.
Armourer Boyd Rankin, who played Mikken in Game of Thrones, will showcase a selection of the swords he forged for Game of Thrones and two of the original Stark family Direwolf Dogs will be making a special appearance. The Stark’s Grey Wind and Summer are known as Odin and Thor in the real world and are the closest thing to real wolves you’ll ever meet!
Meet the stars
Festival goers who purchase an additional ‘meet the actor’ ticket, will have the opportunity to join an intimate audience with stars from the Game of Thrones TV series. Details of the actors and the tickets for this additional element of the festival will be announced later this summer.
A full festival programme is still to be released, but fans of the show are advised to book early as the event sold out last year.
- Adult - £25 adult
- Children £10 (5-16)
- Family ticket £65 (2 adults and 2 children)
- Under 5s free
Please check our ticket Terms and Conditions for further details before purchasing.
Tickets to meet the actors will be sold separately and go on sale later in the summer.
This event is independently operated by the National Trust and is not sponsored, endorsed or affiliated with HBO or anyone associated with Game of Thrones
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