HBO has announced that it will open several Game of Thrones set locations in Northern Ireland to the public sometime in 2019, which means if you’ve been dreaming of a visit to Westeros, your wish is about to come true.
Multiple sets are being considered, including Winterfell, Castle Black, and Kings Landing. According to a copy of the HBO press release published by FanSided, each location will contain displays of costumes, props, weapons, decorations, and more.
HBO has been filming Game of Thrones in Northern Ireland for a decade, and according to Variety, the company is working with Tourism NI, the local tourism organization, to develop the project. The proposed development will also include a tour of Linen Mill Studios in addition to the set locations, and in the press release HBO promises “state-of-the-art digital content and interactive materials” to give visitors an immersive experience and showcase the digital production that makes the show possible.
As GoT heads into its final season, the new attractions will give the show a permanent presence in Northern Ireland—and an excuse to live out your sword-slinging, dragon-battling fantasies long after it wraps up.