The Line For The Australian Game Of Thrones Exhibition Is Four Hours Long

The Line For The Australian Game Of Thrones Exhibition Is Four Hours Long

Heading to the Game of Thrones exhibition in Sydney over the next few days? Bring a packed lunch: the lines are massive.

The exhibition for Game of Thrones is in town, and it promises to show off real props, costumes and sets from the iconic show.

It’s a free exhibition at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art in Circular Quay, and it runs from today through to Saturday, July 5.

Check out our wrap of it right here.


  • So I guess it’s keeping in spirit with the show in Australia with everybody waiting because the cost to get to the front of the line is too high.

    • When I first heard about this I imagined someone from Foxtel looking angrily at their numbers for the airing and comparing it to the size of the line =P

  • Winter is coming, eventually.
    In the game of thrones, you win or you die queuing.

    • I don’t need to click it as I went through the whole Triumph playlist on the Team Coco Youtube channel just a couple of nights ago.

      I gotta say, Weiner Circle video is possibly my favourite thing on the Internet.

  • I can imagine the dudes over at Foxtel HQ running the numbers, calculating how many people pirated GoT by adding up the total number of downloads.

    Emphatically, they then announce that over 200 million Australians have stolen GoT, making Australia the worlds most prolific pirates: ‘At a rate of ten pirates per citizen, this place has more thieves than ever before.’

    They would describe it as shocking evidence of their lost billions in profit as a direct result of piracy.

  • missus and I flew from adelaide to be there today. got in line at 8:10am and got in at 11 when it openned no worries. we were at the very front of the line.
    basically, sucks to be the late risers. you snooze, you…. wait 4 hours.

  • Bloody piraters – the lot of them.
    Cops shud come and arrest the entire lot who don’t have Foxtel.

    Cant believe their confidence is growing – and that they are sharing these bad habits with the next generation….

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