The final six episodes of “Game of Thrones” will air in 2019, bringing an end to the series.
While the show will come to a close, fans will still be able to immerse themselves in the series' mystical worlds long after it ends as HBO will be turning several of the show’s iconic sets into tourist attractions.
This will mark the first time fans will be able to step foot inside the actual show sets, seeing them up close and learning what went into creating each of the detailed displays.
The sets will be “on a scale and scope bigger than anything the public has ever seen,” according to HBO's representatives, with the new Game of Thrones Legacy attraction bringing costumes, props, weapons, and set decor to each location.
There will also be production materials ranging from the show's art files to models that will allow visitors to get an inside look at how the sets were created and brought to life.
The experience will include tours of Linen Mill Studios, which is located in the town of Banbridge and has been used for locations like Riverrun. Other possible sets HBO is considering as part of the experience include Winterfell, Castle Black, and King's Landing.
While HBO has yet to indicate when the sets will open to the public and which locations fans can expect, travelers headed to Northern Ireland before then can visit a range of stunning filming locations like the road of beech trees known as the Dark Hedges (featured as Kingsroad in the show) and the 400-million-year-old Cushendun Caves.