The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones premieres on Monday in Australia so if you’re both unbelievably hyped and searching for something to burn the weekend away, then please immediately make your way to Grave of Thrones, ‘the final resting place’, in Sydney.
As the name suggests, Grave of Thrones is where you can pay your respects to those who have played and lost the game and those who were simply lost to the ravages of Thrones.
Erected by the folks at Foxtel, you can find the enormous and creepy pop-up at Sydney’s Fearnley Grounds in Centennial Park. It kicked off today, Friday, April 12, and will wrap up on Sunday, April 14, the day before Thrones season eight premieres in Australia.
You can pay your respects from 7:00am to 6:00pm.
Spread across 2000 square metres, the 34 mock but intricately detailed graves and mausoleums include the Stark Mausoleum, the Baratheon Mausoleum, a bloody massive King Joffrey Baratheon headstone, a Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish headstone, a Ramsay Bolton headstone you can spit on (not really, please don’t), another two for Oberyn Martell and Lysa Arryn, and one for *gulps* Hodor.
Of course, Tywin Lannister‘s headstone has an arrow through it which is just gnarly.
You can check out all the details about Grave of Thrones and download a map of the site, HERE.
The final season of Game of Thrones will premiere at 11:00am on Monday, April 15 on Foxtel.
Three ! More ! Sleeps !