Have a Harry Potter fan in your life?
They’ll be stupefied by the latest news from the Warner Bros. Studio Tour.
Fans of the magical franchise will know that Slytherin house is renowned in the magical world for creating some of the best, and worst, of wizard kind.
Now, muggles can catch a glimpse of where it all happens as the Slytherin common room opens it’s doors at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter.
Fans can explore the 25-foot-high ceilings in the common room which also features an impressive fireplace, the sofas where Ron’s Polyjuce potion wore off in The Chamber of Secrets and tons of other props.
The dark dungeon-lie room features the colours of the Slytherin crest: green and silver.
You’ll learn all about the dark secrets behind the creation of the room and can keep an eye out for the door leading to the basilisk’s home.
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You can explore the new room from April and there will be even more Slytherin specialities on offer.
As part of a special season known as the Celebration of Slytherin, the entire Studio Tour is being taken over by Voldemort’s cunning magical house.
There will be green banners hanging in the Great Hall, to celebrate their winning the House Cup.
Additionally, original costumes belonging to the Malfoy family will be on display.
Finally, you can delve into the history of how Tom Riddle evolved into the Dark Lord.
The Celebration of Slytherin will run from April 3 to September 6 2020.
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The cost will remain as standard – with some Slytherin extras included.
Adult tickets start from £47 and children from £38, find out more on the Warner Bros Studio Tour Website.
All tickets must be booked in advance.
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