Game of Thrones: The expo during which you are the hero

Not yet fully recovered from the death of Tywin Lannister or Joffrey Baratheon, and you keep wondering what could “Game of Thrones” season 6 hold for you? Well, we’ve got something special  for all the fans of this internationally recognized series to fulfill their yearning.

The Game of Thrones exhibition finally lands at the Carrousel du Louvre after touring major cities in the world: London, Stockholm, Madrid, Berlin, New York, Toronto and Amsterdam…

Organized by HBO and OCS, the Game of Thrones exhibition is a rather wonderful opportunity to see very closely the colossal work and the attention paid to detail, on any costume, any accessory.

Some 70 accessories including edged weapons, jewelery, life-size reconstitution, the dragon eggs and gorgeous dresses, memories of the first four seasons, are featured; an authentic work to realize the quality of the work of artisans.

Beyond this collection, you can also live interactive adventure. You can step into the skin of a Lannister and climb, virtually of course, the famous 215 meter North Wall that separates the civilized world of Westeros (where incest and parricide barbaric wars are common) of the kingdom of savages and White Walkers (where it is very very cold). Thanks to the device Occulus Rift, a virtual reality helmet, and a pair of headphones, you will be thrown into full immersion in the icy facade that overlooks Castel Black Fortress Guard of the Night.

Though entrance is for free ( a good news! 😀 ) you have to register register online on the site dedicated to the event and to pledge allegiance to a family – Stark, Lannister, Targaryen or Baratheon. Once your choice is made, you will receive a small welcome message from your new home.

Hurry up and book your entrance before it’s too late. The exhibition will last for only four days from 8 to 12 September 2015.

PS: Don’t miss the opportunity to take a selfie while sitting at the iron throne! 😉

The Game of Thrones exhibition

Carrousel du Louvre
99, rue de Rivoli – 1st

From 8 to 12 septembre 2015