Start saving up those vacation dollars now, Game of Thrones fans, because you'll soon be able to visit to the set of the HBO drama.
As detailed by The New York Times, the Northern Ireland studio where parts of the show were filmed is being transformed into a destination hotspot for Game of Thrones fans who wish to see the show's sets, costumes, and props live and in person, starting next year.
The Game of Thrones Studio Tour will transform a 110,000-square-foot space at Linen Mill Studios — located in Banbridge, outside Belfast — into an interactive version of Westeros, featuring many of the set pieces that make the show what it is. Linen Mill is the site where scenes from Winterfell, Castle Black, and more were shot. The exhibit is expected to open to the public in the spring of 2020.
This will reportedly be just the first of four potential Game of Thrones fan experiences in Northern Ireland, as producers have also eyed the possibility of turning the Belfast-area locations for King's Landing, Castle Black, and the Wall into additional visitation spots for fans. Deals for those locations have not been finalized, however.
In a statement to the Times, HBO exec Jeff Peters said, "It's going to be an immersive experience where fans will feel like they are inside their favorite sets from the show."
Game of Thrones returns for its eighth and final season on Sunday, April 14 at 9/8c on HBO.
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