Ever dreamed of sitting on the Iron Throne? Think you could do a better job than Joffrey? Longing to frolic through the snow with Jon, hit the taverns with Tyrion or scheme with Cersei?
For Israeli fans of the best-selling series "A Song of Ice and Fire" by George RR Martin and HBO's hit adaptation "Game of Thrones", those dreams could come (partly) true in April, when the exhibition from the show comes to Tel Aviv.
The Yes satellite company, which airs the show in Israel, announced Wednesday the exhibition will run in Tel Aviv during Passover, from April 5-9.
The exhibit includes various props and costumes from the World of Ice and Fire, including the infamous throne of the Westerosi king.
An interactive section also allows visitors the chance to visit in the frozen north, see the Night's Watch stronghold Castle Black, and scale the Wall that borders the kingdom - virtually of course.
A rumor last year that sections of series five of the international smash hit would be filmed in Israel turned out to be false, but now fans in the country can still get to experience some of the magic.
The exhibit will also visit London, Stockholm, Madrid, Berlin, Paris and Amsterdam.