Official Game Of Throne's Studio Tour To Open In February 2022

The world's only official Game of Thrones Studio Tour is to open to the public on Friday, 04 February 2022.

Located at Linen Mill Studios in Banbridge, the Game of Thrones Studio Tour will transport fans into the very heart of Westeros to see imagery, captivating sets, original props and costumes and more behind-the-scenes elements from the hit HBO series.

The multi-million pound attraction will bring with it limitless benefits and opportunities for Banbridge, the surrounding borough and Northern Ireland bringing a massive boost to the tourism economy.
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Lord Mayor of Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Alderman Glenn Barr commented: "We are immensely proud that Linen Mill Studios have chosen to develop Game of Thrones Studio Tour here in Banbridge, putting our town and borough on the world stage. The announcement marks a momentous day for Banbridge, providing a significant social and economic boost for the town with visitor numbers to The Studio Tour expected in the hundreds of thousands. As a Council we have been working hard to make sure the town and the people are ready for the incredible opportunities this facility will bring when it opens in February. Ultimately our aim is to make Banbridge a visitor attraction hot spot for Northern Ireland, the UK, and internationally. We want to encourage visitors to The Studio Tour to stay in the borough, spend in the local economy, recommend the region and keep returning.

"Since 2018, Council has been working closely with Banbridge Chamber of Commerce, local businesses as well Linen Mill Studios and statutory agencies to prepare Banbridge for the exciting opportunities presented by this global attraction. Significant time and money has and is being invested in the area to ensure the town looks its best and that the potential for local business and people are maximised."

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