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The Dark Hedges, Ballymoney

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  • We went in the middle of the day and it was incredibly crowed. We were lucky enough to. E staying in a house close to here, so we actually got up and went at 6am to take this pic!! The GOT tour compan...  more »
  • Got a tour in Dublin heading to Belfast to explore both cities and in the package, we stayed a few minutes on this amazing road. A few minutes is enough to take some pictures and possible to make a gr...  more »
  • We drove a bit out of the way to visit Dark Hedges. We are not Game of Throne fans, but the online pictures looked amazing so we wanted to check it out for ourselves. The road with the trees is not ve...  more »
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  • Very popular. This place is so busy, no chance to take nice shots during the day. Loads of busses. But it's fantastic place. Definitely worth going.
  • Had a 5-10 minute stop and the place was beautiful, but because it's such a tourist spot there are people everywhere and just in the road, hard to get any good pictures with all the people, but if you're in the area it's a nice stop. Was told it's a Game of Thrones location, so if you're a fan of that, it might be even better for you.
  • The story behind this is lovely and seeing the trees was lovely but I don't watch Game of Thrones so it was quite wasted on me and we only got a 10 minute stop off to literally just take pictures.
  • Interesting stop. The trees are dying unfortunately, so you need to go soon if you're wanting to. Cool tie in to Game of Thrones also.
  • This is by now Ireland's most photographed road. An avenue of beech trees that for decades was only known by locals. Most of the trees will be gone in little over a decade.