This will be the last ever Game of Thrones Iron Throne event for Ireland.
If you've ever fancied yourself as a natural King Joffrey, or if you're more of a King Robert, then now is your last ever chance to sit on the Iron Throne.
Dundrum Town Centre will be hosting the final chance for 'Game of Thrones' fans to take their seat on the Iron Throne before it leaves on a European Tour. Yes, thrones can go on tour too.
If you fancy donning Joffrey’s crown, holding Jon Snow's sword Longclaw, or embracing your inner Targaryen and holding a dragon’s egg - now is your chance.
Fans can get their Westeros fix at Dundrum Town Centre this weekend from now until Sunday. Tickets are available at the event, with children costing €5 and adults from €10.
The opening times of the Iron Throne are today from 12pm to 8pm, Saturday 10am to 6pm, and Sunday 12pm to 6pm.
Here's everything you need to know about the 'Game of Thrones' event:
The ‘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 first 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. Iron Throne Experience’s HBO licensed Game of Thrones prop replica measures over 7’2” in height, 5'11" in depth and 5'5" in width. Also on display are the HBO Game of Thrones Crown of Joffrey Baratheon, and swords Ice, Longclaw, Needle, Oathkeeper and Widow’s Wail, and Dragon Eggs prop replicas.
In other 'Game of Thrones' news, the final series trailer dropped during the week. Go on, it's worth another watch.