Queen Elizabeth
Britain's Queen Elizabeth looks at the Iron Throne as Prince Philip (2nd R) greets cast member Rose Leslie (3rd R) on the set of the television series Game of Thrones, in the Titanic Quarter of Belfast, Northern Ireland, June 24, 2014. Also pictured are Game of Thrones cast members Sophie Turner (R), Kit Harington (4th L), Conleth Hill (3rd L) and Lena Headey (2nd L). REUTERS/Jonathan Porter/Pool REUTERS/Jonathan Porter/Pool

The "Game of Thrones" Exhibition Tour is coming to visit the Queen. Next month, the exclusive tour featuring the hit HBO fantasy series will make its way to London as part of a promotional tour ahead of the airing of its fifth season. The exhibition will be held at London's O2 arena and will take place on Feb. 9-12 and Feb 15-17.

The London leg of the "Game of Thrones" exhibition tour is only the first leg of a series that will be held in other cities that are reported to be Stockholm, Tel Aviv, Madrid, Berlin, Amsterdam and Paris. Other that the London dates, the Daily Mail has confirmed that the tour will be in Tel Aviv on April 5-9.

This exhibition tour will be the third time that the event will be staged in order to give fans of the highly popular series a chance to get closer to some of the props that makes the series come alive on screen. The exhibition reportedly contains over 70 pieces of props, costumes, banners, jewellery and other items featured on the show including some pieces from the upcoming fifth season. The biggest attraction in the exhibit just like in previous years, would be the life-size replica of the Iron Throne which is the seat of power that is causing the current raging war in the land of Westeros and the Free Cities.

Last year, Queen Elizabeth herself visited the exhibit when she was in Belfast in Northern Ireland. Many of the scenes for the show are shot in studios located in Northern Ireland and the Queen dropped by when she went to the area on other official business. She later mentioned the trip during her annual Christmas broadcast and stated that her visit to the "Game of Thrones" set was perhaps more talked about than the other things that she accomplished while in Northern Ireland.

The Daily Mail further reports that upon entering the exhibition, guests will have to pledge allegiance to one of the warring Houses featured in the show. A virtual reality version of The Wall will also return after its success in the exhibit last year. Unfortunately, the event in London is only open to Sky TV subscribers and their guests. There is still no word about any restrictions in the other cities on the tour calendar. Season 5 of "Game of Thrones" will premiere on April 12 in the United States on HBO and on April 13 in the UK over Sky Atlantic.

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