Welcome to Westworld! Inside the HBO Drama's Comic-Con Activation

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Westworld Comic-Con 2017 Activation
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Welcome to Delos’ Westworld experience. A host checks you in for your appointment, and then you’re led upstairs via an elevator to get the rest of the experience.

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A gloomy view of Delos as you walk in, as the hosts prepare for fans’ arrival.

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Hosts welcome visitors to Delos.

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Prop weapons (in a glass display case) from the first season.

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The Man in Black’s (Ed Harris) costume.

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William’s (Jimmi Simpson) costume from Season 1.

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Costumes from Season 1.

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Gloomy entrance to Westworld.

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The display of host head prototypes that typically adorn Ford’s (Sir Anthony Hopkins) office wall were on display in the faux Delos.

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The Season 1 finale of ‘Westworld’ teased ‘SW,’ a samurai-themed world (which co-creator Jonathan Nolan has dubbed Shogun World), and the Delos pop-up had its own hat tip to one of the park’s only levels. Though fans weren’t allowed to go in, you could clearly hear sword-fighting and training behind the door.

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What’s behind the door?

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Fans could visit the Mariposa Saloon & Hotel, a mainstay in the HBO show, where activation participants could interact with hosts and have a drink.

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Care for a drink? Hosts prepared three specialty cocktails for participants to try.

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‘Westworld’s’ self-playing piano performed many tunes from the show’s first season.

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Fans couldn’t go through this door, but perhaps Maeve (Thandie Newton) was causing trouble on the other side?

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The first thing visitors see when they get up to the floor of the makeshift Delos.

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