One thing true about HBO and Game of Thrones is that they will never let its fan base down. After a series of major reveals from the team like a first image from the new season on Entertainment Weekly’s cover, a three-second-long footage, and of course, the first teaser Dragonstone, it is bringing you the touring exhibition to Belfast – where most of the principal filming of the series is based.
First reported by the Digital Spy the touring exhibition is coming to the UK for the first time on April 11, 2019, and will last until there until September 1, 2019. The tour will be happening in Northern Ireland’s TE Belfast and will feature original costumes, props, and set pieces built for the series. The exhibition also has ties with the major filming set location of Titanic Studios.
This exhibition has been planned and staged by the GES Event in collaboration with HBO licensing and Retail and will give the fans a walkthrough to the medieval setting of the series. It will also feature some prime locations like Castle Black and The House of Black and White along with some members of the Night’s Watch and the Unsullied, while the Targaryen costumes wait for you around the corner.
Moreover, you can also get a view of the icy grandeur of the North along with the King’s Road and lucky fans will get a chance to seat them upon the Iron Throne.
Throughout the months of April and May of 2019, the exhibition will open from 10 am to 7 pm and the tickets will be available varying from the range of £15 and £17.50 depending upon the day you choose to visit the exhibition. Prior to this until September 2019, the exhibition will open from 9 am until 8 pm at the price of £17.50 per ticket.
However, if you are visiting Belfast, you can also take a personal guided tour of the various Game Of Thrones locations and even take some memorable pictures with Game Of Thrones themed props while on the tour.
2019 is really a blast for all the diehard fans with the tourist and of course, the Season 8 which will be finally released in April. How excited are you for this amazing exhibition in Belfast? Tell us in the comments.