Iron Throne

The Iron Throne is the literal and metonymical seat of power of Westeros within George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy series and the adapted television series Game of Thrones. Located within the Red Keep throne room within the city of King’s Landing, the Iron Throne is forged by dragon fire from the swords of the conquered enemies of Aegon I Targaryen after he conquered the Seven Kingdoms.

As seen on HBO’s Game of Thrones, the Iron Throne is depicted as being 86” (7’2”) | 2.18 m tall, 65” (5’5”) | 1.65 m wide, and 71” (5’11”) | 1.80 m deep.

The Iron Throne is the literal and metonymical seat of power of Westeros within George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy series and the adapted television series Game of Thrones. Located within the Red Keep throne room within the city of King’s Landing, the Iron Throne is forged by dragon fire from the swords of the conquered enemies of Aegon I Targaryen after he conquered the Seven Kingdoms.

Size comparison drawing of the height of the Iron Throne compared to Daenerys Targaryen and Cersei Lannister

As seen on HBO’s Game of Thrones, the Iron Throne is depicted as being 86” (7’2”) | 2.18 m tall, 65” (5’5”) | 1.65 m wide, and 71” (5’11”) | 1.80 m deep.

Common Questions
Common Questions
Common Questions
How big is the Iron Throne?
The Iron Throne has a height of 86” (2.18 m), width of 65” (1.65 m), depth of 71” (1.8 m), with an overall floor area of 32 ft2 (3 m2).
When did A Song of Ice and Fire start?
George R. R. Martin started writing the epic fantasy series, ‘A Song of Ice and Fire,’ in 1991 and published the first book, ‘A Game of Thrones,’ on August 1, 1996.
How was the Iron Throne created?
The Iron Throne was constructed by using dragon fire to melt together the swords of the enemies of Aegon I Targaryen, the first king of the Seven Kingdoms.
When did Game of Thrones first air?
HBO’s adaptation of George R. R. Martin’s ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ series, retitled as ‘Game of Thrones,’ first aired on April 17, 2011.
How many rulers have sat on the Iron Throne?
20 rulers have sat on the Iron Throne within George R. R. Martin’s ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ novels.
Where is Game of Thrones filmed?
Game of Thrones is filmed in a variety of real world locations that range from Belfast, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Iceland, Canada, Croatia, Malta, Morocco, Spain, and the United States.

Details

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Height: 
86.0” (7’2”) | 2.18 m
Width:
65.0” (5’5”) | 1.65 m
Depth:
71.0” (5’11”) | 1.80 m
Length:
20" | .51 m
Weight:

Function: Royal Throne of Westeros
Location: Red Keep, King’s Landing

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Iron Throne front elevation

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