Iron Throne Experience

Posted on the 16th of February 2017 at 20:29:13

Iron Throne Experience

Have you ever dreamed of being a King, Queen or Khalessi?

Do you Love the worldwide Book & TV hit Game of Thrones, where you win or you die?

Unlike Ned Stark, there is no need to lose your head to achieve your dream of sitting on the

iconic Iron Throne of the Kingdom of Westeros, as it will be in Scotch Hall Shopping Centre,

Drogheda on Friday February 24th to Sunday 26th, open to the public to take their seat

on the Iron Throne.

Fancosmic’s ‘Iron Throne Experience’ is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Calling it

“impressive” is an understatement. On the epic Game of Thrones TV show, the Iron Throne

was constructed by Aegon I Targaryen, the ?rst king of the Seven Kingdoms. He made it

from the swords surrendered by his enemies. Legend has it, it’s made of a thousand swords

that took 59 days to hammer out into a throne. Spikes and jagged edges in every direction

make this one very intimidating lounge. Fancosmic's HBO licensed replica measures over

7'2'' in height, 5'11'' in depth and 5'5'' in width. Also on display are HBO licensed replicas

the Crown of Joffrey Baratheon, and swords Ice, Longclaw, Needle, Oathkeeper and Jaime

Lannister, and Dragon eggs.

Tickets available at event from €10 include seated professional photos. Why not dress up for

the occasion, and take a photo with your henchmen or handmaidens? The only decision is what house colours will you wear?

“In Game of Thrones many people die in the battle to rule Westeros from the Iron Throne, but the people of the East don’t need to lose their heads to sit the Iron Throne. They can come

along to Scotch Hall Shopping Centre, Drogheda from February 24th to 26th ” says Iron

Throne Experience producer Stephen Saleh.

Be the envy of all your social media friends, take your seat on the Iron Throne only at Scotch

Hall Shopping Centre, Drogheda. Open hours February 24th Friday 10am - 8pm; Feb 25th

Saturday 10am - 6pm; Feb 26th Sunday 12pm - 6pm. See for more.

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