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Game of Thrones Exhibition

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Written by Daniella

This exhibition is inspired by one of the most popular TV series on HBO: Game of Thrones. It consists of spectacular settings and typical props from the series. Exhibition visitors, with a little fantasy, will feel like they truly are in the Seven Kingdoms themselves.

Do you want to know more about this exhibition and why it has been such a success so far? Keep on reading, because today’s article by ShMadrid will tell you more.

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What you need to know about the Game of Thrones exhibition (Until March 15)

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Madrid has been chosen as the city to host the official Game of Thrones: The Touring Exhibition. The exhibition started on October 26, 2019, and it will continue until March 15, 2020. It appears to be the biggest Game of Thrones exhibition in the country.

This exhibition takes place at Carrer de la Ribera del Sena, 7, at IFEMA’s Espacio 5.1. Fans of the HBO series can admire some of the original sets, costumes, and props from close by, and all of the elements on display have been part of the original production.

The idea behind the exhibition is to allow visitors to experience various interactive spaces, immersive environments, and multimedia content. It will feel as if you were really in the mythical lands of the series, and you will relive one of the most famous moments, the struggle for access to the Iron Throne.

The exhibition covers more than 1000 m2, and it is absolutely unique. If you have family or friends that are huge fans of this award-winning television series, then a ticket to this exhibition could be the best gift you have ever given them! The series has even won 47 Emmy Awards.

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When you finally decide to go, then brace yourself, because the exhibition will take you straight to the Seven Kingdoms. Besides experiencing the mythical lands, you will also learn more about the great artistic work behind this fiction series.

You will, for example, get the chance to explore the tree-lined pathway of the Kingsroad, the wintry landscapes of the North and the spectacular setting of the King’s Landing.

Witness a battle by flamboyant warriors in their signature Targaryen costumes, and discover the mystery of the House of Black and White. See what life was like in Castle Black and the frozen lands Beyond the Wall, and – last but not least – sit on the Iron Throne… There is so much to observe!

Before visiting the exhibition, consider the following information:

  • The exhibition is open from Tuesday to Sunday, between 10:00 and 21:00 hours (uninterruptedly), but the exhibition is closed on Mondays.
  • Exhibition tickets are priced from 8,90 to 13,90 euros.
  • Entry is free for children between 0 and 3 years old, but there is a limit of one 0 to 3 year old child with every adult.
  • Children under 18 are not allowed to enter unless they are accompanied by an adult.
  • There are several ways to get to the exhibition:
    • By metro: line 8 (Feria de Madrid)
    • By bus: lines 112, 122 and 828
    • By car: via the M-11 (Exits 5 and 7), M-40 (Exits 5, 6 and 7) and A-2 (Exit 7)

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Daniella loves to write and translate. Her bucket list is filled with beautiful places she still needs to visit.

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