Game of Thrones® season 7 has finally hit the screens. Northern Ireland is one of the main filming locations for the hit TV series, and to immortalise the unforgettable series locations, from Winterfell to the Iron Islands, Tourism Ireland has unveiled a giant, 77-metre long, Bayeux-style tapestry.
The tapestry is made with linen from Northern Ireland and depicts Game of Thrones® seasons 1 to 6 - with blood red weddings, golden Lannister hair, emerald green wildfire, cold-blue White Walkers and jet black ravens. To explore the tapestry, visit www.ireland.com/tapestry
The tapestry will be displayed in the Ulster Museum in Belfast, Northern Ireland, which will be open to the public from Saturday 22nd July, 2017.
As season 7 unfolds, new sections of the tapestry will be revealed each week, capturing key events from the previous episodes. Tourism Ireland will unveil and share these new sections via social media, where fans will be able to watch time-lapse footage and cinemagraphs as new segments are created.
To learn more about the tapestry, fans can visit Tourism Ireland’s website, Ireland.com – where an interactive ‘Northern Ireland Game of Thrones® Tapestry’ app will allow followers to zoom in and explore details of the tapestry in full, reliving some of the best scenes from previous episodes.
Fans can use the Game of Thrones® Tapestry app to share favourite scenes with friends via social media and can link to pages showing where they were filmed in Northern Ireland.
Tips on how to plan a behind the scenes visit to Game of Thrones® Territory, can also be found on www.ireland.com/gameofthrones Learn more about Game of Thrones® filming locations in Northern Ireland and explore the new tapestry app.