Harry Potter Studio Tour

Tickets for Warner Brothers' Harry Potter Studio Tour in Leavesden have been released for the first time today.

The tour, which opens 31st March 2012, lets fans go behind the scenes to see how the films were created.

Featuring the authentic sets, costumes, animatronics, props and effects used in the production of all eight Harry Potter movies, the tour will showcase the British artistry, technology and talent that went into bringing this popular film series to life.

Among a series of never-before-seen exhibits on the three hour long tour, visitors will be able to walk onto some of the most memorable sets from all of the films in the Harry Potter series including the iconic Great Hall, Dumbledores office and many others.

To book tickets go to http://www.wbstudiotour.co.uk/

"It was such a magical place to grow up," says Daniel Radcliffe. "People will be amazed to see the incredible environment we've worked in all these years."

Rupert Grint adds, "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."

GreatHall

Visitors will also have the opportunity to see the spectacular real life animatronics in a Creature Effects workshop, which will feature iconic Harry Potter film creatures including Buckbeak the Hippogriff, Aragog, the giant spider, Fawkes the phoenix and the enormous Basilisk head.

Tickets will be available from 13th October 2011. £28 for adults and £21 for children, and must be booked in advance via a dedicated website www.wbstudiotour.co.uk or through approved tour operators.


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