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House of the Dragon: The Targaryen Dynasty

  • Things to do, Exhibitions
  • Natural History Museum, USC/Exposition Park
Natural History Museum
Photograph: Michael Juliano

Time Out says

A bit of Westeros is hatching in L.A. at the Natural History Museum’s new Game of Thrones-inspired, dragon-filled exhibition.

Yes, the exhibit is cleary an in-person promo for this summer’s prequel series, House of the Dragon. But who are we to argue with getting to see props and costumes from the upcoming HBO show? “House of the Dragon: The Targaryen Dynasty” will also include tutorials on the Valyrian language, dragon eggs and a replica of the House of the Dragon version of the Iron Throne (judging by the prequel’s trailer, it’s spiked with way more swords than the GoT one).

Access to the 2,500-square-foot exhibit, which is open from August 5 to September 7, is included with a standard admission ticket ($15, but L.A. County residents can visit for free from 3 to 5pm) and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

(Oh, and if you’re thinking, this is an odd fit for this museum, the Natural History Museum actually has one of the oldest collections of Hollywood memorabilia, a fact we weren’t even aware of until the “Natural History of Horror” exhibition a few years again.)

Michael Juliano
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Natural History Museum
Exposition Park
900 Exposition Blvd
Los Angeles
Included in admission ($15)

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