Visitors walk around a model of 'Hogwarts Castle' at the Harry Potter Studio Tour at Warner Brothers Leavesden Studios on March 23, 2012 in London, England. | Getty
Updated: March 25, 2012 12:42AM
LEAVESDEN, England — The hangerlike studios where Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson developed as the stars of the Harry Potter film series is opening as a new attraction this month.
Warner Bros. Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter features actual sets, props and costumes from the eight Potter movies.
The Great Hall from Hogwarts wizardry school is impressive, with its high ceilings, stone floor and long tables overlooked by gargoyles and set with goblets and plates. Dumbledore’s office, Diagon Alley, with its wand shop, and the Weasley’s magical “Burrow” home are also part of the tour.
Snacks for sale include Butterbeer, the Harry Potter drink, which tastes like marshmallow and caramel.
The cost: $44 per adult, $33 per child and $131 for a family of four admission.
Gannett News Service