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Epic Making of Harry Potter Studio Tour and Museum to Open in England!

 

The Making of Harry Potter Studio Tour

 

Hey all you Harry Potter fans, you better start thinking about booking some tickets to merry olde England. Why? Because an epically awesome The Making of Harry Potter Studio Tour and Museum is slated to open in the very place where all the movie magic happened.

The Warner Bros. Studios in Leavesden – which is just outside London is the location that all eight of the Harry Potter films were shot.  The 150,000 square feet studio will retire from being an actual film set to a permanent Harry Potter landmark and a must-see destination for die hard fans.

What are some of the highlights?

The three hour tour will include the Hogwart’s Great Hall, Gryffindor common room, Hagrid’s hut and Dumbledore’s office. You’ll also be able to peek inside the Creature Effects workshop and see some of the amazing animatronics used in the film.

The stars of the film are backing the project. Daniel Radcliffe said, “”It was such a magical place to grow up. People will be amazed to see the incredible environment we’ve worked in all these years.” Rupert Grint who played Ron Weasley agreed saying, “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.”

The Harry Potter Studio Tour will be open to us Muggles in Spring 2012 and tickets will go on sale on October 13th, 2011. You can read more about the tour right here and check out the teaser video for the tour below.

 

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