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Game of Thrones stars open exhibition in Belfast

A number of Game of Thrones artifacts will be on display.
A number of Game of Thrones artifacts will be on display.
A number of Game of Thrones artifacts will be on display.
John McGrillen (Tourism NI), Jeff Peters (HBO), Judith Owens (TBL), Robin Stapley (GES).
Robin Stapley (GES), Michelle Clapton (Game of Thrones costume designer), Isaac Hempstead Wright (Game of Thrones – Bran Stark), John McGrillen (Tourism NI), Jeff Peters (HBO), Judith Owens (TBL), Ian Beattie (Game of Thrones – Ser Mervyn Trant), Liam Cunningham (Game of Thrones – Davos Seaworth).
Robin Stapley (GES), Michele Clapton (Game of Thrones costume designer), Isaac Hempstead Wright (Game of Thrones – Bran Stark), Jeff Peters (HBO), Ian Beattie (Game of Thrones – Ser Mervyn Trant), Liam Cunningham (Game of Thrones – Davos Seaworth).

The Game of Thrones touring exhibition has arrived in Belfast for its debut visit to the UK and Ireland.

It features two new sets and actors Isaac Hempstead Wright, Ian Beattie and Liam Cunningham, alongside award-winning costume designer Michele Clapton, were the first to take part.

The exhibition features costumes, authentic props and majestic settings from all seven seasons, as well as the Winterfell Crypt and Dragon Skull Pit, which have been exclusively added for Northern Ireland.

It is the largest public display to date and offers fans an interactive and immersive Game of Thrones experience.

From April 11 through to September 1 2019, fans can have an up-close and personal look at the ancient dragon skulls, ranging in size from about that of an apple to the one belonging to Balerion the Dread, which decorated the throne room in the Red Keep until King Robert Baratheon had them hidden away in the catacombs.

Visitors can also see publicly for the first time the vast and sacred crypt of Winterfell, guarded by stone direwolves, to pay their respects to six of the Stark ancestors as well as explore the settings and view authentic artefacts from:

The wintry landscapes of the North

The tree-lined pathway of the Kingsroad

The regal settings of King’s Landing

The conquered city of Meereen with its garrisons of Unsullied warriors and the loyalists of House Targaryen

Iconic settings like the House of Black and White

The home of the Night’s Watch --- Castle Black

The frozen lands Beyond the Wall

The show stopping centerpiece of the exhibition, the Iron Throne Room

Tickets for the exhibition can be purchased at www.gameofthronesexhibition.co.uk

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