Game of Thrones: The Exhibition has hit the last stop on its worldwide tour and it is a homecoming of sorts as the exhibit arrives in Belfast. The red carpet opening was on Friday evening and a contingent of cast members were present (as was Sir Ben Kingsley for some reason). Discover Northern Ireland has a brief report and some photos from the event. They also provide some helpful info for those hoping to see the exhibit:
The Game of Thrones exhibition runs until 17th June. All tickets have now been allocated, however if you did not receive advance tickets online, there will be walk-up availability at the venue on each day of the exhibition (June 8th to June 17th). Please be advised that you may experience long waiting times at the venue, and we would advise that attendees wishing to queue, attend at off peak times. Weekends and evenings are likely to be the busiest periods at Titanic Belfast.
In addition to the official exhibit, there is also an art gallery as a part of the Belfast Photo Festival that exhibits the work of Thrones stills photographer Helen Sloan. The gallery features “never before seen and highly striking on-set photography from HBO’s Game of Thrones, by local photographer Helen Sloan.” More details about this art exhibit can be found here.
Winter Is Coming: Two great exhibits that I wish I could check out. The Helen Sloan gallery sounds especially cool. Have any of our readers been able to attend? Any planning on going?