The final season of Game of Thrones hasn't started yet, but plans for the former sets are being made.

HBO announced this week that they are taking this epic show's sets in Northern Ireland and transforming them into tourist attractions by next year.

Yes, you could actually be walking the Winterfell castle walls, Castle Black and even Kings' Landing sometime soon.


 

Fans are anxiously awaiting the return of the show for it's final season, but now there is another very good reason to want 2019 to hurry up and get here.

Game of Thrones Legacy could be arriving then too.

That is the name being given to this GoT experience that HBO is hoping to give those who have been obsessed with the Starks and Lannisters.

Travelers to Northern Ireland will have the chance to explore the sets and get an up close look at the props, costumes and weapons from all seasons of Game of Thrones.

You may even have the chance to sit on the Iron Throne when you travel to 'Westeros' and visit this soon-to-be tourist attraction.

I for sure think this is a genius idea for the massive sets they've been using for years and a great way for Game of Thrones fans to take their love of all things Westeros to the next level.

We'll definitely keep you posted on the possible opening date as soon as HBO reveals more news.