It's been called "the most devastating television massacre of our lifetime", and now HBO have offered a way for'Game Of Thrones' fans to console themselves after the Red Wedding.
The channel has planned a 10-day exhibition in Belfast, where many of the fantasy TV show's scenes have been filmed, featuring '70 original artifacts from seasons 1 and 2, plus select pieces from this year’s new season.'
It conveniently arrives in the city, after travelling through Toronto, New York City, Sao Paulo, and Amsterdam, this Saturday.
The Guardian reports over 20,000 Game of Thrones fans are expected to descend on Belfast for the exhibition.
Visitors will also have chance to sit in a precise replica of the famed iron throne and participate in an interactive Blackwater Bay battle scene.
And if fans still want more of a 'Game Of Thrones' experience, starting this summer there will be 'Game of Thrones' walking tours offered in Dubrovnik, Croatia as well as Belfast.
Viator, a San Francisco-based travel company, is now exclusively offering tours in these two locations. Both come with an expert guide, giving you your fill of all things 'Game Of Thrones'.
The Dubrovnik tour lasts around three hours, showing you King's Landing and Blackwater Bay. The Belfast tour will run approximately nine hours and give you a glimpse of the caves where Melisandre gave birth to the shadow baby along with some other breathtaking scenery.