|Props from the other side of the wall: the Dragonglass daggers and Wildling gear|
|Costumes - left: Jon Snow / right: Ygitte|
|Costumes - left: Brienne of Tarth / right: Jaime Lannister|
|Weapons props, including Ned Stark's sword, and Joffrey's crossbow (amazing detail) and sword|
|Accessory props, including Sansa's necklace, Tyrion's hand of the king chain, Joffrey's gorget|
|Costumes - left: Arya / right: the Hound|
|Daenerys costumes (click through for larger image because hnng that gold filigree bodice part)|
|Tyrion's doublet (click through to see the beautiful details)|
|King's Landing (left to right): Sansa Stark, Oberyn Martell, Margaery Tyrell, Joffrey Baratheon (click through for larger image)|
|Detail on Sansa's dress|
|Detail on Margaery's dress|
|original storyboards - this is the episode with the bear pit (click through)|
|set illustrations (click through)|
One woman showed up in full, series-appropriate costume--like a big, elaborate gown with accessories and all, just to take a photo on the throne in it. I remember being in total awe of her dedication, because she probably waited for hours just like everyone else, except wearing like 50 pounds of fabric in August. Her photo was probably frigging epic.
Obviously there was a ton of $$ merch available to buy at the end. We bought a set of glass tumblers with house crests on them and I bought bf a ceramic Stark stein, because we waited a million years to get in so why not, I guess.
Anyway, hope you liked the photos! Which costume did you like the most? What's the longest you would wait to get into this exhibit?