'Game of Thrones' Touring Exhibition Launches in Fall

Show will feature props, costumes, immersive recreations of famed Westeros locales

A 'Game of Thrones' touring exhibition featuring props, costumes and immersive recreations of Westeros locales will launch this fall. Credit: HBO

Game of Thrones will launch its latest worldwide touring exhibition this fall. The trek will begin in Europe. It's unclear when the exhibit will arrive in the United States.

The show will feature props, costumes and set decorations from the hit HBO show, as well as various immersive and interactive exhibits. Recreations of Westeros and Essos includes locales like King's Landing, the North, the conquered city of Meereen, the House of Black and White, Castle Black, the lands Beyond the Wall and, of course, the Iron Throne Room.

HBO has partnered with GES Events to design the Game of Thrones exhibit. Game of Thrones hosted its first traveling exhibit in 2013 when the series was in its third season. 

The Game of Thrones exhibit will likely kick off after the show wraps its seventh and penultimate season, which begins July 16th. Season Seven will comprise seven episodes instead of the usual 10, while the premiere date was pushed from spring to summer to accommodate a different shooting schedule so that executive producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss could film while the weather changed to match the arrival of winter in Westeros.

Fans looking for a Game of Thrones refresher can check out Rolling Stone's Season Seven primer ahead of the upcoming premiere. Star Emilia Clarke – who plays Daenerys Targaryen – is also featured on the latest cover of the magazine.