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Warner Bros have already brought Hogwarts to life with The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios in Hollywood and Orlando. While here in the UK there’s The Making of Harry Potter Studio Tour just outside London. And now Warner Bros Themed Entertainment have announced Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience for the North of England.
Warner Bros have teamed up with Fever, Thinkwell and Unify to launch the new Harry Potter experience in the woodlands of Cheshire this Autumn.
The outdoor night-time trial will be located at Arley Hall and Gardens and see guests follow an illuminated path full of surprises in Hogwarts’ Forbidden Forest.
The official website teases: “Celebrating some of the most iconic forest scenes from the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films, visitors can interact with magical characters and cast their own spells, bringing the fantastical world to life.
“Discover Centaurs, a Hippogriff, and other magical creatures [like Unicorns and Nifflers] before making a Patronus appear before your eyes [with your very own wand]!”
Promising to be an evening for the whole family, Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience also offers a selection of magical food and drinks inspired by JK Rowling’s Wizarding World in a lively and seasonally themed village.
The new attraction is set to open this October and lasts between 60-90 mins with a starting price of £19.
Senior Vice President of Warner Bros Themed Entertainment Peter van Roden teased: “The Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience offers fans a new way to enjoy some of the most iconic and magical wizarding world moments.
“We’re thrilled to be working alongside Thinkwell to bring this incredible light trail to life at Arley Hall & Gardens, a perfect location where the natural beauty of the forest trail and illuminated sets filled with familiar creatures from the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts series, will make for a magical experience for fans of all ages.”
The attraction will follow a one-way route and is designed to be accessible to everyone, while the latest Government safety guidelines for COVID-19 will be adhered to.
Eager Harry Potter fans can sign up to join a waiting list on the Forbidden Forest experience’s official website here.
While limited tickets are set to be released on Thursday July 29th from 10am BST and can be purchased here.
Meanwhile, Warner Bros have also launched The Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition in London’s Covent Garden.
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The brand new UK exhibition features behind-the-scenes images from the Harry Potter film series.
While the attraction features London’s only bottled Butterbeer bar and the chance to pose for your very own ID card in an area inspired by the Ministry of Magic.
The Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition is located at the London Film Museum, which previously hosted Bond in Motion.
Tickets are £10 for adults and £14 for children and can be purchased here.
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