Game of Thrones Exhibition to return to the UK!

Missing Game of Thrones? Well fear not! Hardcore fans can visit Westeros as the Game of Thrones exhibition will soon hit international cities!

The Game of Thrones: The Exhibition is making an outing for the third year in a row so that fans can enjoy the sights of more than seventy pieces of costume, weapons, replica and more! House banners, The Iron Throne will all be included PLUS an insight to season five props. In a popular attraction return, a virtual reality version of The White Wall will also be featured. Using the Oculus Rift VR headset, attendees can climb to the top of the wall and take in the beautiful view without worrying about bundling up for the cold weather. Using the Oculus Rift VR headset, attendees can climb to the top of the wall and take in the beautiful view without worrying about bundling up for the cold weather.

The tour is currently going to make seven stops though more locations may still be added. The locations currently known are London, Stockholm, Tel Aviv, Madrid, Berlin, Amsterdam and Paris.

We know London fans are dying to know when they can catch all the fun and we can tell you! The dates are 9th-12th and 15th-17th February 2015.

We can also share that fans in Tel Aviv can attend between 5th-9th April but the dates for the other cities are still unknown.

In addition, Sky Atlantic is bringing the exhibition exclusively to Sky Backstage at the O2 for the first time in it’s history.

Exclusive to Sky TV customers and a (very lucky) friend of their choice, the exhibition’s first stop on its world tour will bring you closer than ever before to Game Of Thrones, presenting artefacts from pivotal scenes throughout the series, plus a first look at pieces from the forthcoming fifth season.

Sky TV customers can book up to 2 tickets free of charge right here on Monday 26th January. You’ll need to have your valid SkyID ready to get your tickets.

Tickets will be allocated on a first come, first served basis and they’re likely to go faster than a dragon at a hog roast.

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