According to the BBC, borough councils in County Down, Northern Ireland, have given permission for the Linen Mill Studios Game of Thrones tour experience which was first announced in April. It seems the global pandemic has delayed plans, as the original notion had been to open over the Spring in 2020, which obviously did not happen. The tour will essentially be a permanent exhibition of sets, props, and costumes with interactive elements at the studios that were used for some of the filming of the production (most notably one or more ship sets were made on site).
According to the article, the hope is that the studio tour will draw as many as 600,000 visitors a year, employing 200 people. The article does not mention any new prospective opening date, but we suspect it likely that they may look to launch next year.