Game of Thrones: The Touring exhibition will last until next January 8th at The Museum Marìtim.

Game of Thrones: The Touring exhibition will last at The Museum Marítim in Barcelona until March 11st. 1.600 square metres of fan service elements that will captivate all saga followers, even the fusspots. Here you’ll see series’ original outfits, jewels, weapons and attrezzo such us Margaery Tyrell and King Joffrey wedding outfit, Cersei’s duel dress, immaculate armours , the Hand of the King, the faces used by the Faceless Men… Stendhal syndrome is coming.

Both Tom Wlashiha (Jamie Lannister) and Ian Beattie (Mery Trant, he was on the top of Arya Stark’s kill list) assure that the materials displayed in the exhibition are exactly what they used in the series. What is (unfortunately) not original is the Iron Throne replica, as stunning as uncomfortable. Of course, you can sit to know what it feel to be king or queen of the Seven Kingdoms.

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‘Game of Thrones: The touring exhibition’ promo picture.


Tickets cost € 15,50 from Tuesday to Thursday (€ 10 for children from 3 to 14 years old) and Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, € 18.50 (€ 12 for children). By the way, the exhibition is made for all audiences so no, there are no gore references (you know what we mean) or sex.

If you still don’t know what  has recently happened in HBO’s most epic production , watch out! The Game of Thrones exhibition at the Museu Marítim de Barcelona (city’s maritime museum) contains spoilers. On the other hand, if you are now climbing The Wall (lol) cause you miss Tyrion’s irony or Arya’s temerity, don’t lose this perfect opportunity to have your Dracarys dose.