The popular attraction where people can find out more about the making of the Harry Potter films have released tickets for visits from 1st July – 31st December 2021.

While under the current government advice the Warner Bros studio Tour – The Making of Harry Potter remains closed, tickets have now gone on sale for visits from July until December. It is advised that if people are hoping to come on specific dates to book as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

Meanwhile, on reopening, it has also been announced that visitors will be able to enjoy a calendar of events and special features surrounding the world of Harry Potter and the films.

It has been announced that on reopening, guests can enjoy the A Celebration of Slytherin feature concentrating on the characters who were sorted into the house as well as discovering secrets behind the costumes and props belonging tothe most cunning of Hogwarts houses. This special feature will be a part of the tour experience until the 15th September.

Following on from this, the studio tour will explore the world of the dark arts in its special Dark Arts feature which will be available to see from the 24th September until the 7th November. This popular annual feature will see the Great Hall covered with over 100 floating pumpkins as well as a Hallowe’en feast of lollipops and red apples dressing the long tables. Elsewhere, visitors can try out their wand combat moves against Death Eaters in a live duel demonstrating how battle scenes were directed. This year’s feature will also showcase a few never seen-before additions.

Also returning this year, is the Hogwarts in the Snow experience marking the Christmas season from the 13th November until the 16th January. As well as the Great Hall being lined with Christmas trees and festive decorations, a blanket of snow will cover the majestic Hogwarts castle model and shop fronts of Diagon Alley as
part of the wintery transformation.

The Warner Bros Studio Tour – The Making of Harry Potter first opened its doors in 2012 and offers a unique experience to get close to the sets, costumes and props used in the films as well as discovering secrets behind the making of the films.

Tickets for the Studio Tour must be pre-booked at www.wbstudiotour.co.uk