|Location||The Reach, Westeros|
|Government||House Footly, feudal lord|
|Religion||Faith of the Seven|
|Founded||Age of Heroes|
Tumbleton is a market town in the Reach and is the seat of House Footly. It is located fifty leagues southwest of King's Landing, near the Reach's northeastern border with the crownlands. Tumbleton is found at the headwaters of the Mander.
Prior to the Dance of the Dragons, Tumbleton was a flourishing market town with shops, septs, and inns, including the Bloody Caltrops and the Bawdy Badger. Tumbleton is now much smaller than its size from before the civil war, however.
A stout but small castle overlooks the town; during the Dance it had a garrison of forty men.
The prosperous market town of Tumbleton was the site of two battles during the Dance of the Dragons. In the First Battle of Tumbleton, the Two Betrayers, Ser Hugh Hammer and Ser Ulf White, betrayed the blacks and unleashed their dragons, Vermithor and Silverwing, upon the town. Lord Footly's men surrendered, but were slain. Much of Tumbleton was burned to ash by dragonfire. Tumbleton was savagely sacked by the greens who encamped outside the walls. Ser Jon Roxton killed Lord Footly and claimed his wife, Lady Sharis Footly.
The leaders of the greens squabbled for control, as their commander, Lord Ormund Hightower had been killed in the battle. Thirteen greens met in the Bloody Caltrops to conspire against the ambitious Hugh and Ulf. The dragons Vermithor, Silverwing, and Seasmoke fought during the Second Battle of Tumbleton, in which the town was further damaged.
Tumbleton was famously restored by Lady Sharis, who pulled down burned buildings and had the town's walls rebuilt. The heads of Seasmoke and Vermithor were put on display in the town square, with travelers able to pay a penny to look at them and a star to touch them. Later Footlys followed Sharis's example, but smallfolk believed the ground to be haunted and the "new town" would never be a tenth the size of the old one.
—writings of Gyldayn