Calling all Harry Potter fans! How would you like to be surrounded by 100 floating pumpkins in the actual Great Hall set just like in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone film? The only catch is you got to be in London this Halloween season. Starting Sunday October 1st - Sunday November 2nd, witches and wizards are invited to discover and explore the darker side of the Harry Potter films with enchanted floating pumpkins, death eaters and more at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour in London.
At this special feature, you'll be able to walk through a fully decorated Great Hall set complete with a Halloween feast and levitating pumpkins. Wand lessons will be available from Wand Choreographer, Paul Harris who will teach you how to defend yourself against the dark arts. You'll also be able to use those newly learned wand techniques against Death Eaters in a live duel experience. Death Eater costumes from the films will be on display as well to ganger at.
To learn more about this new seasonal addition at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London and purchase tickets, visit their website: https://www.wbstudiotour.co.uk/Dark-Arts
The Warner Bros. Studio Tour London is also hosting a Hogwarts After Dark event for two nights only on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th in October! This event will feature a two-course dinner surrounded by costumes and props from the films, a journey through the Forbidden Forest with a dessert party afterwards with Buckbeak and Aragog, the chance to meet members of the prop making department, encounter roaming Death Eaters and so much more!
This event is only open to witches and wizards that are over 18 only. Tickets are priced at £240pp and will go on sale at 10am BST on Tuesday September 12th. They will be available to purchase on the website provided below or by calling the Visitor Services Team on 0345-084-0900.
Event website: https://www.wbstudiotour.co.uk/hogwarts-after-dark
Both the Warner Bros. Studio Tour season addition and the event sound like a dream, I hope these special events will be available next year, will definitely be adding these to my Halloween bucket list!