The exhibition will run from April until September (Picture: HBO)We’re two days away from the big event – the premiere of the final season of Game Of Thrones.
But for hardcore fans in Belfast, the fun has already begun as the city hosts a must-see exhibition at the NEC with props, costumes and other tidbits from the popular HBO show.
Unfortunately the actors won’t be present, but there’s still plenty to marvel at (and you can go home to look at steamy sex scenes between Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen afterwards).
The GOT exhibition arrived on 11 April and will remain in Northern Ireland until 1 September 2019.
What is at the Game Of Thrones Exhibition in Belfast and how to get tickets
Not only will you be able to examine the characters’ costumes, props, weapons and armour, but organisers have also designed areas to resemble settings from the show.
That way you can pretend that you’re living in Westeros for a day (or several, if you visit more than once).
According to the official exhibition website, scenes will include the ‘wintry landscapes of the North’, ‘the tree-lined pathway of the Kingsroad’, ‘King’s Landing’ and more, such as Castle Black, home to the Night’s Watch.
And of course, the pièce de résistance: the Iron Throne.
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Through April and May, opening hours will be from 10am to 7pm. From then onwards it’s 9am to 8pm.
Ticket prices depend on when you choose to go. During April and May, it varies from £15 to £17.50, but during June to September it’s £17.50 regardless of which day you choose.
Fancy a trip to Belfast? You can get tickets online or alternatively try your luck on the door (but we wouldn’t recommend it).
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