The last season of Game of Thrones will soon be out but the series creator has a plan to make this series a permanent part of its fans’ lives. He plans to open the filming locations of the series for the tourists in 2019. If he would do so, those all locations will become the top tourist’s locations in the world.
HBO has decided to open the iconic sets in Northern Ireland to the general public after the filming has come to an end.
The official page of the games of thrones announced the decision in a tweet.
— Game Of Thrones (@GameOfThrones) September 24, 2018
The tourists will be able to visit the sets of Winterfell, Castle Black, and Kings Landing.
The cast of Game of Thrones who had been filming for this series for almost a decade will take a rest now. Surely, the fans will miss them but they can go to these breathtaking sets and feel their favorite characters from the series around them.
There will also be a formal studio tour of Linen Mill Studios where tourists could have seen costumes, props, weapons, set decorations, and other production materials.
The channel also plans to exhibit the State-of-the-art digital technology and interactive behind-the-scenes to show how the series was made.
After this announcement, it is being hoped that tourism will get a kick in Northern Ireland.
The Chief Executive of Tourism NI, John McGrillen said in a statement that opening of these locations will prove a game changer for the tourism industry of Northern Ireland.
“The Game of Thrones Legacy project will be a game changer for Northern Ireland on a global tourism level.”
It is expected that all the filming locations will be open for public next year.