The last six scenes of "Session of Thrones" will air in 2019, finishing the series.
While the show will find some conclusion, fans will still be ready to inundate themselves in the arrangement's enchanted universes long after it closes as HBO will be turning a few of the show's notorious sets into vacationer attractions.
This will check the first run through fans will have the capacity to step foot inside the real show sets, seeing them very close and realizing what went into making each of the nitty gritty displays.
The sets will be "on a scale and degree greater than anything the general population has ever observed," as per HBO's agents, with the new Game of Thrones Legacy fascination bringing outfits, props, weapons, and set stylistic layout to each location.
There will likewise be generation materials running from the show's craft records to models that will permit guests to get an inside take a gander at how the sets were made and brought to life.
The experience will incorporate voyages through Linen Mill Studios, or, in other words the town of Banbridge and has been utilized for areas like Riverrun. Other conceivable sets HBO is thinking about as a major aspect of the experience include Winterfell, Castle Black, and King's Landing.
While HBO presently can't seem to demonstrate when the sets will open to the general population and which areas fans can expect, explorers made a beeline for Northern Ireland before then can visit a scope of staggering taping areas like the street of beech trees known as the Dark Hedges (featured as Kingsroad in the show) and the 400-million-year-old Cushendun Caves.