fans can finally enjoy a little slice of the Seven Kingdoms.
, and reunited Friday to "break the chains" for the opening of Warner Bros.' new Studio Tour at Linen Mill Studios in Banbridge, Northern Ireland, one of the original studios where much of the show .
Nairn, 46, celebrated the reunion with a funny . "Just for the record, there's only one person allowed on my back," he said, as Wright, 22, jumped into the frame behind him — referencing the actor's role as Hodor opposite Wright's Bran Stark.
"OK, alright, get the f--- off me," Nairn was then heard muttering as he put the phone down.
"I had an amazing time yesterday at the official opening of the @gotstudiotour in Northern Ireland! It was so lovely to see some familiar faces again, lots of you amazing GoT fans, and so many memories from filming!" he raved in another . "If you're a fan of all things Westeros then it's well worth a visit."
The tour allows fans to "step inside the iconic Great Hall at Winterfell where Jon Snow was proclaimed the 'King in the North,' see Daenerys Targaryen's imposing Dragonstone throne, delve into the incredible props, weaponry and visual effects of and learn more about the skills and craftsmanship that helped bring the show from script to screen," according to a release from Warner Bros.
"The immersive experience brings Westeros to life and will evoke the show's epic scale -- from King's Landing, Winterfell, Dragonstone, The Wall and the lands beyond."
Julian Moon, head of EMEA Warner Bros. Consumer Products, noted that the global attraction is a first-of-its-kind for their themed entertainment brands.
"We're incredibly grateful for our partnership with Linen Mill Studios who have helped bring this concept to life with the attention to detail, along with the scale and depth of production that makes this experience so special and worthwhile," Moon said in a statement. "We are proud to be part of the legacy of the beloved franchise and we can't wait for fans around the globe to step inside and immerse themselves in all corners of the Seven Kingdoms and beyond."
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Based on the novels by , ran for eight seasons on HBO until its in May 2019. The series will live on through the prequel spin-off , premiering on the network in 2022.
"Mum's the word now, don't tell anyone… I've seen a rough cut of the first episode," Martin, 73, on his website in December. "And loved it. It's dark, it's powerful, it's visceral… just the way I like my epic fantasy."