Now that the series have ended, it was time for a trip to HBO’s only official Game of Thrones touring exhibition in Belfast!
The exhibition is located at TEC Belfast, in the Titanic Quarter, and you can easily reach it on foot from city centre. It's a lovely route, and besides the Titanic Experience, you also have the chance to discover the six glass Game of Thrones
installations along the way! There is one installation for each of the episodes of the last season, and they all depict memorable moments from the series.
Once we got inside, there was a small introduction, and then we got to explore the huge collection of detailed costumes, props, weapons and artefacts.
One of my favourite parts of the tour was the Dragon Skull Pit, which was added exclusively for visitors in Northern Ireland.
The handiwork, craft and skill that went into making everything is amazing, and it was great to get the chance to see everything up close with your own eyes. (The Hound's armour is super tall!)
I also loved seeing all of the weapons, like Khal Drogo's Arakh, John Snow's Longclaw, and Arya's Needle.
It takes between 45 minutes to an hour to see everything, but you're free to stay as long as you like. I was surprised to see how much was displayed, and we ended up spending the whole afternoon here.
There are also loads of wonderful photo opportunities, including adding your face to the Hall of Faces, and of course the famous Iron Throne! :)
The exhibition will be in Belfast until the 1st of September, and it's wonderful to see it in the city which was home to Game of Thrones throughout the series!