8 Ways to Experience ‘Game of Thrones’ Now That the Show’s Over (PHOTOS)

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The Live Concert Experience

Who wasn’t a fan of Ramin Djawadi’s score for the beloved series? Well, now you can experience the music live as the GoT Live Concert Experience travels around the U.S. Dates found at livenation.com


George R. R. Martin’s Books

Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series is the inspiration behind Thrones, and if you aren’t already among the books’ legions of fans, maybe now is the perfect time. The writer has yet to deliver the final two installments of his epic series, so there could be a different ending to your favorite characters’ stories.


Game of Thrones: The Last Watch

This documentary special that aired one week after the series finale offers a look at the show’s final season in an unprecedented way. Look forward to learning about the roles behind the scenes as well as meet some friendly extras that could change your perspective of the show.


Own the Storyboards

You may not be able to own an actual piece from the set, but if you appreciate the visuals from the series, the book, Game of Thrones: The Storyboards is for you. See the many drawn storyboards that helped create scenes before they were done in front of cameras. Available for $60.00 at shop.hbo.com


For the Throne Soundtrack

During the show’s final season, a special soundtrack was released featuring tunes from some of today’s biggest artists. Jam out to numbers by The Weeknd, Mumford & Sons, Chloe X Halle and more. Available for $13.98 on Amazon or listen on Spotify


Learn Dothraki

You can learn one of the show’s many languages with the help of Living Language Dothraki: A Conversational Language Course Based on the Hit Original HBO Series Game of Thrones. The book by David J. Peterson helps fans learn the fictional language which he helped create for the series. Available for $19.99 at shop.hbo.com


Beyond the Wall Virtual Reality Experience

If gaming is your thing and you enjoy virtual reality then take a trip beyond the wall in the newly released VR experience. Live like a Wildling and fight like Jon Snow as you face attacking wights. Available to play via Viveport Infinity with a $12.99 monthly subscription or $99 yearly subscription


A Good Old Fashioned Binge

Did you watch the show season to season? Were you a fan since it debuted in 2011? Perhaps its time for a binge session from start to end. With a total of 73 episodes to occupy your time, it’s a viable option for experiencing the show post-finale.

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Having Game of Thrones withdrawals following the series finale? Looking for a way to keep the series present in your pop culture life? There are a few ways for you to continue experiencing the HBO hit long after its final episode.

From re-watching the show to live concerts, albums, books and beyond — there’s something for everyone. Whether you were hooked by George R. R. Martin‘s books or have yet to delve into their pages, these experiences are for all kinds of fans.

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From future and current TV projects to big films.

Click through the gallery above for a look at a few ways you can continue to experience Game of Thrones now that it’s over.