Fans can visit Hogwarts' bridge and other sets used in the eight Potter films
‘The Making Of Harry Potter’ studio tour will open its doors for the first time on March 31, 2012.
Tickets to the London attraction, which allows fans inside some of the film series’ most famous sets, will go on sale from October 13.
Warner Bros, the studio behind the box-office-busting films, have selected a number of sets to include on the studio tour in Leavesden, 20 miles north-west of London.
Those featured will be Hogwarts Great Hall, Dumbledore’s office, the Ministry of Magic, Harry Potter’s cupboard under the stairs, 4 Privet Drive, Gryffindor common room, the boys’ dormitory, the Potion’s classroom, Professor Umbridge’s office, the Weasley kitchen, the Hogwarts bridge. There are also more yet to be announced.
“It was such a magical place to grow up,” said Harry Potter himself, Daniel Radcliffe. “People will be amazed to see the incredible sets that we’ve worked in all these years.”
Rupert Grint, who played Ron Weasley, added: “The sets all have tiny little details that you may not always notice in the films but when you actually walk through them, you can see all the work that’s gone into it. It’s really amazing.”
Emma Watson, Hermione in the film series, said:
This is incredible, it’s been a long time coming and I’m very excited.
www.wbstudiotour.co.uk or through approved operators. Tickets will not be on sale at the attraction.
Tickets are priced at £28 for adults, £21 for children and £83 for a family of four.