Northern Ireland: Game of ThronesAudley's Castle: The Twins
Audley's Field has it all: Rolling green hills, views over Strangford Lough and the Irish Sea and the remains of an old tower left behind by the Audleys, who lived here until the middle of the 17th Century.
The grounds and the tower were used for several scenes: Back in his army camp after the battle at Oxcross, Robb Stark meets the healer Talisa from Volantis, who he later marries (Season 2, Episode 4: Garden of Bones).
In another scene, Theon Greyjoy shoots down a messenger raven, sent out from one of Walder Frey's towers, with the intention to warn the enemy of the presence of Robb's army.
More information on Northern Ireland's Game of Thrones locations can be found on Tourism Northern Ireland's official website, or via Northern Ireland Screen's free location app, which is available on IOS and Android.
A great behind-the-scenery clip on the setup of Robb Stark's camp at Audley's Castle:
Robb's camp after the battle of Oxcross (0:00 min to 1:36 min):
If you're visiting Castle Ward, you can walk to Audley's Tower on foot, which takes about 30 minutes. By car, drive along the A7 Belfast Road and turn off towards Inch Abbey Road. Follow this road for approximately 450 metres. Audley's Castle and field are on the left hand side.