Game of Thrones Studio Tour opens in Northern Ireland

The official Game of Thrones Studio Tour has been launched by fan favourites Isaac Hempstead Wright (Bran Stark), Kristian Nairn (Hodor), and Nathalie Emmanuel (Missandei), who together helped to ‘Break the Chains’ for the new global visitor attraction based in Northern Ireland.

Located at one of the acclaimed series’ original filming locations – Linen Mill Studios in Banbridge – the Game of Thrones Studio Tour aims to take fans closer to the Seven Kingdoms than ever before. Guests can step inside the iconic Great Hall at Winterfell where Jon Snow was proclaimed the King in the North, see Daenerys Targaryen’s imposing Dragonstone throne, delve into the incredible props, weaponry and visual effects of Game of Thrones and learn more about the skills and craftmanship that helped bring the show from script to screen.

Julian Moon, Head of EMEA Warner Bros. Consumer Products, says: “The Game of Thrones Studio Tour marks a first for Warner Bros Themed Entertainment in Northern Ireland. It’s a world-class attraction where fans can explore, up close and personal, a vast array of authentic sets, as well as a comprehensive collection of costumes, props, set pieces, and so much more.

“We’re incredibly grateful for our partnership with Linen Mill Studios who have helped bring this concept to life with the attention to detail, along with the scale and depth of production, that makes this experience so special and worthwhile. We are proud to be part of the legacy of the beloved Game of Thrones franchise and we can’t wait for fans around the globe to step inside and immerse themselves in all corners of the Seven Kingdoms and beyond.”

HBO’s Game of Thrones aired in more than 200 countries and territories, culminating in record-setting ratings. The series continues to engage passionate fans and ignite audiences’ excitement with the next iteration of the franchise, House of the Dragon, set to premiere on HBO and HBO Max in 2022.

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