‘Game Of Thrones’ Studio Tour Opens In Northern Ireland

‘Game of Thrones’ fans can now see iconic costumes, props, and sets at the Game of Thrones Studio Tour in Northern Ireland.

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Game of Thrones fans can now retrace the footsteps of their favorite characters at the Game of Thrones Studio Tour!

The attraction is located at one of the show’s many filming locations at Linen Mills Studios in Banbridge, Northern Ireland. Linen Mills is home to the show’s sets for the Great Hall of Winterfell and Castle Black. Both of which have remained in place since production of the show ended in 2018.

“Immerse yourself in the expansive collection of costumes, props, sets and weapons, seeing first-hand the exquisite craftsmanship and skills that turned fiction into reality,” the studio’s official site teases.

Game of Thrones Studio Tour - Throne Room

Exhibits on display at the Studio Tour include reconstructed sets, costumes, and iconic props, like Jon Snow’s sword, Longclaw, and the Iron Throne. The tour also features a look at how the show was brought to life though visual & special effects, makeup, and prosthetics.

Fans can see actual behind-the-scenes looks at the show’s prosthetic department, costume & set design, and concept art.

Game of Thrones Studio Tour - Prosthetics

Before the studio opened its door to fans, it held a media preview earlier this week. A few Game of Thrones stars were also in attendance, including Ian Beattie (Meryn Trant), Daniel Portman (Podrick Payne), Natalia Tena (Osha), and Ian McElhinney (Barristan Selmy).

“These are the actual sets we walked on,” Ian Beattie told Reuters. “These are the actual costumes we wore, the swords we swung. And unlike the show, where you don’t always see it, you will get to see the incredible detail that went into every aspect of the making of this show.”

Game of Thrones Studio Tour - Ian Beattie

Are you ready to step into the world of Westeros? Learn more about how you can visit the Game of Thrones Studio Tour by visiting their official site here.

Game of Thrones may be over, but fans will be able to revisit Westeros in the spinoff series, House of the Dragon, which is set to land on HBO Max later this year.