Warner Bros Studio Tour: The Making of Harry Potter will be hosting two very magical mornings for fans of the Wizarding World this August – Breakfast At Hogwarts.
Harry Potter fans of all ages can enjoy a magical Sunday morning this summer as Warner Bros. Studio Tour London launches ‘Breakfast at Hogwarts’. Guests will be invited to watch dawn break over the Hogwarts castle model while enjoying an exclusive breakfast reception. The iconic castle took a team of 40 people seven months to build from scratch with over 300 fiber optic lights installed to simulate lanterns and torches.
After breakfast, guests will be given early access to the Studio Tour where the Great Hall will be specially dressed for breakfast as it was in the magical film series right down to the boxes of Pixie Puffs and Cheeri Owls on the trestle tables. Guests will be joined in the Great Hall by staff members dressed in full Hogwarts’ uniforms for a complimentary souvenir photograph at the breakfast table.
Guests are then invited to walk among the authentic sets and discover the behind the scenes secrets at the studios where it all began, ahead of the first tour of the day. Highlights include the Gryffindor common room, Dumbledore’s office, the Weasley kitchen at The Burrow and the iconic Platform 9 ¾ that houses the original Hogwarts Express locomotive.
Following a complimentary tankard of Butterbeer in the Backlot Café, guests will be able to step inside Harry Potter’s childhood home, number four Privet Drive, before wandering up the wizarding shopping street of Diagon Alley.
The visit concludes in the Studio Tour’s lobby where a complimentary souvenir guidebook can be collected.
The first ever ‘Breakfast at Hogwarts’ events will take place on the 21st and 28th August 2016 from 8:30am and are open to all ages. Tickets are priced at £95pp for Adults and £75pp for children, with under 4’s being free.
Tickets will be available to purchase from 10am on the 6th July by clicking here or by calling the attraction’s Visitor Services Team on 0345 084 0900.