For Bet on Thrones fans, 2019 will be an important year. Not only can the show return for their much-anticipated final season, but fans may also be in the position to visit Westeros on their own. HBO recently announced its intention to adopt the various show’s filming locations in Northern Ireland and open the crooks to the general public. The locations include iconic settings like Kings Landing, Winterfell, and Castle Black, in addition to more formal studio tours. John McGrillen, Chief Executive of Tourism NI (Northern Ireland), said in a very website article, “The experience of Thrones Legacy project has to be a game changer for Northern Ireland around the global tourism level. We significantly welcome this exciting announcement by HBO and appearance to welcoming more individuals to our beautiful country.”
HBO will likely be working together with Northern Ireland’s travel marketing authority over the new attractions. Equally New Zealand saw a bump in tourism after Lord from the Rings sets opened to the public, there’s without doubt Northern Ireland sees an influx of visitors desirous to observe the real-world Westeros.
Visitors can get each location to feature patio furniture from the show, filled with costumes, props, weapons, set decorations, art files, models, and also other materials in the production. Fans may count on digital content and interactive experiences. Jeff Peters, HBO’s Second in command of licensing and retail, said from a statement, “HBO is thrilled to celebrate the work of your Bet on Thrones creative team and crew by preserving these locations and alluring fans to check out Northern Ireland and explore Westeros face to face.”
HBO is targeting 2019 to your opening of their Bet on Thrones Legacy attractions. Previous Game of Thrones experiences, along with the Touring Exhibition as well as the Game of Thrones Show Experience, have proved favored by fans.