If you haven’t made any vacation plans yet, perhaps you’d like to consider a trip to London? There you can visit Leavesden Studios, home of Warner Bros.’ Harry Potter, where the sets, costume and magic are still intact and you can relive each film all over again. While it might be cheaper to just buy the Harry Potter Wizards Collection on Blu-ray or DVD, there’s nothing quite like going to the set where the actual movies were filmed. Steve got a chance to visit the studio before Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 was released and he had nothing but great things to say about how detailed and immaculate the set was. Tours will be opening up to Potter fans around the world starting March 31st. We’ve got a behind-the-scenes video for you to check out after the jump.
In spring of 2012, Warner Bros. Leavesden Studios will open its doors to let the fans see where the Harry Potter movie magic was made for over a decade. This three hour long tour will include costumes, props, animatronics, and a few of the most famous sets, such as the Great Hall and Dumbledore’s Office. Dan Dark, Managing Director and SVP of Leavesden Studios, has said, “The tour promises to be one of the most exciting and memorable visitor attractions anywhere in Europe, delivering an experience never before seen by the general public.” Ticket information will soon be available on the tour website. With Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 being released in 3D on July 15th, this attraction is the perfect end to a long and glorious era.
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