Fans of Drama series, Game of Thrones have gotten invitation to be part of the world of Westeros at a £40m attraction housing sets, costumes and props from the epic TV drama.

One of the show’s filming locations in Northern Ireland is where The Game of Thrones Studio Tour opens later at Linen Mill.

Since filming ended in 2018, the Great Hall of Winterfell and Castle Black sets have remained in place there, while other sets have been reconstructed and iconic props like the Iron Throne added for the 110,000-sq-ft attraction.

The effects of the covid-19 have changed the norm of leisure visitors who said the show influenced their decision to travel there in 2018, compared to Game of Thrones tourism which boomed in Northern Ireland.

According to Tourism NI, it was revealed that it translated to around 350,000 people, who spent £50m in the local economy.

Known as one of the most successful series in television history, the fantasy show ran for eight series on HBO in the US and Sky in the UK,

But it was a different ball game in 2019, as the final episode received a mixed reaction from fans and critics.