Some English Game of Thrones fans will truly be able to experience life in Westeros next month — even if it's in name only.
For one week in February, the rural village of Kings Langley will change its name to "King's Landing," the fictional capital of Westeros in the Game of Thrones books and TV series, Radio Times reports. The new moniker will be tied to the release of Season 3 of the HBO series on DVD.
According to Radio Times, one of the show's producers decided to pursue the name change after hearing "Kings Langley" announced as a train stop at a station in London.
Game of Thrones Season 3 will be released on DVD on Feb. 18.