Since we can't go to Westeros, HBO is bringing to fictional continent to us.
The network has joined forced with GES on "Game of Thrones: The Touring Exhibition," Entertainment Weekly reports. Starting this fall, the exhibition will travel to different locations around the world so that fans can have a chance to get a closer look at sets that replicate what we see on TV. It's not quite the same as actually traveling to Westeros, but that's probably for the best. The odds of dying would be about 99.99 percent, after all.
Among the sets fans will get to see are the Iron Throne Room, Meereen, and the North, including Castle Black. The exhibition will also include props, costumes, and more. Basically, die-hard fans will be unable to contain themselves.
You'll have to continue to wait to find out exactly when and where you can visit "Game of Thrones: The Touring Exhibition," though. HBO hasn't revealed that information yet, but rest assured that it sounds like it will travel to a variety of countries.
"'Game of Thrones' has truly become a worldwide phenomenon, with fans avidly watching the show throughout all corners of the globe," said Jeff Peters, HBO global licensing director, in a statement. "Based on the stellar work GES has done with previous entertainment partners, we think this exhibition is going to be something fans will love, regardless of which part of the world they call home, and we're excited to give them the opportunity to visit and celebrate the incredible craftsmanship of the talented 'Game of Thrones' production team."
Until the exhibition opens this fall, we'll be busy with "Game of Thrones" Season 7, which returns July 16.