For the third consecutive year, HBO is touring Game of Thrones: The Exhibition and inviting die-hard fans to explore firsthand the fantasy world behind the hit series that's captivated audiences across the globe.
The exhibit — which runs May 14-18 at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto and Aug. 16-Sept. 1 at the Pacific National Exhibition in Vancouver — features nearly 100 original artifacts from seasons 1, 2 and 3, including weaponry, costumes and props. Select items from the currently airing season 4 are also included.
A huge draw in previous years, tickets for the show are free, but require online registration. A set of limited rush tickets will be available, for instance, at the TIFF Bell Lightbox throughout the event.
Actor Liam Cunningham, who plays Davos Seaworth (aka the Onion Knight), attended the exhibit's opening in Toronto Tuesday evening. In the first video, Cunningham talks to CBC's Alice Hopton about where "Team Dragonstone" is headed this season and why he loves his character.
Eli Glasner offers a quick preview of the exhibit and talks to two uber fans in the second video.