Official Game of Thrones Tour in Ireland

Northern Ireland, for many visitors, became synonymous with the hugely popular series, Game of Thrones. The country provided the backdrop for most of the iconic locations in the series by HBO. Which is why it is only fair that the largest ever Game of Thrones exhibition will start in Ireland as the final season starts showing around the globe.

April Exhibition Kick-Off in Belfast

The Touring exhibition of Game of Thrones opens in April 2019 in Belfast and runs until the 1st of September. With the official exhibit opened during the same month as the season eight, airs it is perfect for the high betting interest as well as fan Westeros fever at an all-time high. It has never been an ideal time to view the displays, costumes and other decoration uses in the series. According to the organisers, it is an all-important part of the series’ incredible legacy in the Irish region.

Winter is Almost Here for Irish Fans

A large part of the Game of Throne scenes are filmed in Ireland, and the exciting exhibition combines the majestic settings, authentic props and costumes from all seven seasons. The show aims to provide visitors with an immersive and interactive experience unlike anything before it. The display opens on the 11th of April 2019 and remains open until the 1st of September. The expedition promises 5,000 square metres of memorabilia of Game of Thrones plus endless fun. It is the most immersive trip, and it takes attendants through the North with The Hound.

Located at the TEC Belfast, the footprint of the Titanic Studios, the exhibition focusses on where the series was filmed across a period of 10 years. Visitors can immerse themselves in an authentic Essos and Westeros experience. And have the opportunity to relive the tribulations and trails of all who struggled for survival in the ultimate battle for the Iron Crown and Throne.

Game of Thrones Ireland Experience

The exhibition offers Game of Thrones fans a whole list of amenities and activities; these include the Battle for the Throne, exploring the home of the Night’s Watch as well as exploring the Castle Black. Visitors also get to enter the House of Black and White, view the iconic House Targaryen costumes and the garrison of unsullied warrior costumes. The exhibition also allows fans to experience the North’s wintry landscapes including the Kingsroad tree-line pathway.

Bend the Knee & Get Book Your Tickets Well in Advance

Winter is coming, and you surely do not want to miss this exhibition that runs seven days a week from April to August. If you are eager to place a bet or two on the outcome of the final season, this is the place to get your inspiration. The hours of operation are from April to May is 10 am to 7 pm from Monday to Sunday, and the entry tickets are around £17.50 or €19.

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