Soon, you'll be able to dive deeper into the comprehensive world of Game of Thrones like never before. Then everyone starts dying. The tour, according to the official press release, will "hit the King's Road" this fall, with a 10,000-square-foot interactive experience featuring costumes, artifacts, props and much more related to Game of Thrones.
"I saw a great guy and he sorted me out, but I did the first year (on Game of Thrones) in that space, figuring out motherhood and going through a weird time personally", she adds. Costumes, props, weapons and more from the show will also be featured. That thing's probably super uncomfortable anyway. Most importantly, unlike most of the nobles and common folk in George R.R. Martin's fantasy epic, you'll survive the experience.
No word yet on exactly when or where the exhibit will launch, but HBO teases that it'll be somewhere in Europe-where Game Of Thrones fever is at epidemic levels-sometime this fall, with a worldwide tour planned after that.
There is no doubt an appreciate for a TV show exhibition like this. A partnership between HBO Global Licensing and GES Events, the upcoming Game of Thrones exhibition is being billed as "the largest public display" of the show's world and production realities to date, and the details certainly speak to that idea.
The range of settings really will take you through the Seven Kingdoms and beyond, from the beyond The Wall to the former slave city of Meereen, (what's left of) King's Landing and the home of the Faceless Men, House of Black and White, Castle Black and, of course, the Iron Throne.