Exclusive preview of The Game of Thrones Exhibition

June 7, 2013

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Jane

Ahead of the offical opening tomorrow of the HBO Game of Thrones Exhibition – we give you an exclusive preview on what’s on display. The exhibition focuses on key characters from five of the noble houses (Stark, Lannister, Targaryen, Baratheon and Greyjoy), showcasing a treasure trove of more than 70 original artifacts from seasons 1 and 2, plus select pieces from the current season. Here’s just some of what visitor’s can look forward to:

Costumes

Lannister Family

Ygritte Costume

Ned Stark

Robb Stark

Daenerys Targaryen

Jon Snow

Props

The insignia pin worn by the Hand of the King

Robert Baratheon’s Drinking Horn

Robb Stark’s Battle Map

The Iron Throne

Fan Pictures

Among the other exhibits visitor’s can view unique submissions of art from Game of Thrones Fans. Fans will also get an opportunity to participate in an exciting interactive experience that will place them amid the action of the epic battle of Blackwater Bay from season 2.

The Game of Thrones exhibition officially opens tomorrow and runs until 17th June. All tickets have now been allocated, however if you did not receive advance tickets online, there will be walk-up availability at the venue on each day of the exhibition (June 8th to June 17th). Please be advised that you may experience long waiting times at the venue, and we would advise that attendees wishing to queue, attend at off peak times. Weekends and evenings are likely to be the busiest periods at Titanic Belfast.

If you are travelling to the exhibition why not check out our guide to Belfast: discovernorthernireland.com/GOT-Belfast-Guide or explore the real world of Westeros with our Game of Thrones locations guide: discovernorthernireland.com/blog/game-of-thrones-filming-locations/

 

 

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