The Warner Bros Studio Tour for Harry Potter fans is set to open a brand new attraction for 2022 as part of its Mandrakes and Magical Creatures event
Calling all muggles – the Harry Potter Studios Tour is getting a brand new attraction for 2022, and it’s going to be a hit with Herbology fans!
The Warner Bros. Studio Tour – The Making of Harry Potter is already home to iconic sets such as Hogwarts’ Great Hall, the Gryffindor Common Room and the Burrow, and now it’s going to be adding Professor Sprout’s Greenhouse to the mix.
Guests will get to wander through the glass building and keep an eye out for the likes of the Venomous Tentacula and Mandrakes, while also learning about how the magical creatures were brought to life for the films.
The greenhouse will become a permanent addition to the Studio Tour, and opens as part of an exciting new feature, Mandrakes and Magical Creatures.
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The special event, which kicks off on July 1, 2022, will give muggles the chance to encounter the likes of Cornish Pixies, the Monster Book of Monsters, and even Dumbledore’s beloved Fawkes, as well as extra features including the Great Hall’s Frog Choir scene from the Prisoner of Azkaban, and the costumes of Professor Flitwick.
There’ll even be a Creatures Workshop sharing the behind-the-scenes secrets used to bring creatures like Thestrals to life, from scale models to CGI.
The Mandrakes and Magical Creatures feature will run from July 1 – September 12, 2022, but it’s not the only exciting offering for fans of the Wizarding World. In fact, the Studios Tour has a whole host of exciting events lined-up for 2022.
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Want to visit and see it all for yourself? Entry tickets start from £49.95 per individual. You can find out more and book at wbstudiotour.co.uk.
If you’re after an extra dose of magic, then you may also want to check out our guide to the best Harry Potter themed breaks including plenty of UK stays.
We’re talking the likes of a Hogwarts inspired apartment, a ride on the real-life Hogwarts Express, and even a stay at Hagrid’s Hut.
Meanwhile there are heaps of Harry Potter filming locations around the UK which you can visit, including some of the spectacular spots used for plenty of Hogwarts scenes.
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