Game of Thrones fans, there’s a new studio tour coming to the UK that plans on keeping the excitement surrounding the show alive.

Per Unilad, the $31 million attraction will be located in Banbridge, Northern Ireland. “Visitors will be able to explore some of the show’s most iconic sets, including Dragonstone’s Throne Room and Map Room, Castle Black’s Mess Room, Cersei’s Courtyard in King’s Landing, and Winterfell.” Visitors will also be able to explore props, costumes, and weapons used throughout the show.

Owners of the tour hope it will attract up to 600,000 visitors a year and generate roughly $531 million in revenue annually.

In a statement about the attraction, managing director Andrew Webb, says, “The authenticity of the Game of Thrones studio tour at Linen Mill Studios is the essential connection with the show, which has been such a part of the Banbridge area for so many years.”

An opening date has not yet been confirmed.

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