HBO's Game of Thrones comes to Vancouver

Fans of Game of Thrones can take their photo on the Iron Throne when they visit the Game of Thrones: The Exhibition at the Pacific National Exhibition.

Fans of the fantasy drama can take a seat on the Iron Throne

The Seven Kingdoms come to life at Game of Thrones: The Exhibition, opening this weekend at the Pacific National Exhibition in Vancouver.

The touring exhibit takes fans into the world of Westeros, whether it be by ascending the Wall through virtual reality, admiring the many costumes that cast members have worn, or taking a seat on the Iron Throne.

Since January, the HBO exhibition has travelled all around the world, arriving in Vancouver for its eighth and final stop.

Game of Thrones is an award-winning fantasy drama that has thrilled fans the world over with its depiction of ruthless humans and mystical creatures in a mediaeval world.

Created for HBO by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss, the show is an adaptation of A Song of Ice and Fire, George R. R. Martin's series of fantasy novels.

Game of Thrones: The Exhibition opens on Saturday and runs until September 1 at the Pacific National Exhibition.

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