The ‘new look’ Iron Throne will first land at the Tower of London before moving on to Cardiff and Edinburgh, ahead of the show’s premiere on Monday, August 15.
Fans of the hit HBO’s fantasy series will be able to sit on the famed throne when it arrives in London in August.
In addition to that, fans will also have a chance of winning a pair of tickets to the Sky premiere in Leicester Square in the city.
Here is everything you need to know about the House of the Dragon Iron Throne and how to get the tickets.
When the House of the Dragon Iron Throne is in London and how to get tickets
Forged by the first king of the Targaryen dynasty, King Aegon, from the swords of his defeated enemies, the Iron Throne is the stuff of legend for Game of Thrones fans.
The legendary Iron Throne will visit London on following dates:
- Tower of London - August 8
- Leicester Square - August 15
- White City - August 20 to August 21
Those that secure a ticket will need to show the ticket and ID at the Tower of London East Drawbridge to enter.
Meanwhile, those that attend the Tower of London will enter into a draw to win tickets to the UK Premiere the following Monday.
The first 25 fans to sit on the Iron Throne per booking session will also receive a complementary six-month NOW Entertainment Membership.
Update: To book a seat on the throne, please go to this website.
Where else can I see the House of the Dragon Iron Throne?
Fans who missed out on sitting on the throne or even catching a glimpse of it need not worry since they can travel to other cities.
The Iron Throne will make a stop in Cardiff for two days on August 17 and August 18 and at Carlton Hill in Edinburgh from August 24 and August 25.
When will House of the Dragon air on TV?
House of the Dragon airs on Sky Atlantic and streaming service NOW from August 22.
House of the Dragon premiered its first episode on HBO last Wednesday on July 27, offering select members of the media the first extended look at the upcoming Game of Thrones prequel.
The reaction to its debut has reportedly been favourable, with the majority hailing the show’s return to form.
Set 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones, House of the Dragon focuses on the Targaryen family, who are embroiled in a civil war between various familial factions.
House of the Dragon stars Rhys Ifans, Steve Toussaint, Eve Best, Sonoya Mizuno, Fabien Frankel, Milly Alcock, and Emily Carey, as well as Paddy Considine, Matt Smith, Olivia Cooke, and Emma D’Arcy.