Ready to visit Westeros and Esos? "Game of Thrones: The Touring Exhibition" is set to make its global debut at the Museu Maritim de Barcelona on Oct. 28.
The exhibit features costumes, authentic props and iconic sites from the HBO show, like the Iron Throne Room or Castle Black, home of the Night's Watch.
Let's start with a look at Kings Landing.
Intricate details of what looks to be one of Joffrey's outfits.
A close-up of one of Tyrion's costumes. The exhibition promises immersive and interactive experiences.
Another famous prop you can see up close is Jaime's hand. Could you sword fight with one of these?
A sneak peak inside the throne room, where you can find Longclaw, Jon Snow's sword.
Being the hand in Westeros is definitely a bad omen. We think this looks like Tyron's outfit in season 7. Tweet me @taniaglezaz if you recognize it.
Who can forget that powerful dress Cersei Lannister wore during her coronation?
Now we're inside the area called The Kingsroad. This helmet was a terrifying sight during early seasons, but we've since seen a softer side of Sandor Clegane.
These Arya and Sandor Clegane outfits remind us how young Arya was when the pair set out to find the Starks before the terrible Red Wedding.
Now we travel to the city of Braavos, where Arya discovers more about the Many-Faced God.
The faceless man comes here to choose who's next.
Hello, Daenerys, Missandei and the Unsullied.
Daenerys wore this dragon necklace during the season 5 episode "The Dance of Dragons."
A closer look at the Unsullied armor.
We got to see a lot of the underground insurgency group Sons of the Harpy in season 5.
Now we head to Castle Black, home of the Night's Watch. Don't expect sunny lighting in this part of the exhibit.
A reminder of a painful, and pivotal, moment at Castle Black.
At the exhibit, you also get to go beyond the wall and see the White Walkers.
A reminder of Renly Baratheon before he lost his life in between the shadows.
The exhibit lets visitors linger over the elaborate getups worn in the mythical lands of Westeros and Essos.
Do we really have to be reminded of Ramsay Bolton, one of the most evil characters in Westeros?
Because the night is dark and full of terrors, we get to see the necklace that keeps Melisandre young.