Visit Westeros when ‘Game of Thrones’ sets are turned into tourist attractions in 2019
With the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones set to debut on HBO in the first half of 2019, the long story will finally be over by this time next year. After all this time, we'll see if the humans are able to defeat the White Walkers or if the world is plunged into an eternal winter. But even with the series coming to an end, the land of Westeros will live on as HBO has announced plans to open up some of its Northern Ireland sets to tourists.
On Monday, HBO revealed the "Game of Thrones Legacy" project, which will give tourists access to a variety of sets and locations that were featured in the show. Some sets being considered for the project include Castle Black, King's Landing, and Winterfell, with a tour of Linen Mill Studios incorporated as well.
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