Game of Thrones' legacy in Northern Ireland is to be celebrated by converting several filming locations into tourist attractions.

As the hit series finishes filming in Northern Ireland after a decade, fans will be given the opportunity to visit sets from the show.

Formal tours of Linen Mill Studios in Banbridge, where some of the action is shot, are among the attractions.

Each site will also feature displays of costumes, props and weapons.

Sets for locations such as Winterfell, Castle Black, and Kings Landing will be opened to the public.

It is hoped they will open some time in 2019.

Source: BBC news website