Tom Felton Shows Off His Green Thumb at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London

Harry Potter fans across the globe are excitedly awaiting the newest addition to Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter. In honor of the Herbology greenhouse being a permanent extension, Tom Felton took a step back in time and reexperienced the magical setting he was introduced to over 20 years ago. Tom’s excitement is contagious as he takes in the Venomous Tentacula and baby mandrakes. He took fans along for the ride in an Instagram Live situation and answered questions as he showed us around.



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Tom always seems to have a good time wherever he goes, and we have no doubt everyone else will when they visit. The greenhouse is part of a brand-new feature called Mandrakes and Magical Creatures, which opens to the public on July 1. This feature will run until September 12, but fans can continue to explore the greenhouse any time they visit Warner Bros. Studio Tour London, along with some other key features.


Tom Felton holding a baby Mandrake at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter

Tom Felton holding a baby mandrake at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter


Now it’s time for us to get in on the action. As part of the interactive display, you can try your hand at pulling out a potted mandrake – earmuffs are available and highly recommended. Visitors to the Mandrakes and Magical Creatures feature will enter the Great Hall and find themselves in the Frog Choir scene from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, complete with the costume worn by Professor Flitwick. The Studio Tour is continuing to grow the exterior sets that will feature the fountain from the Hogwarts courtyard and a 1:3 scale version of the Weasleys’ Burrow.

Get your tickets for this magical feature now. Experiencing summertime at Hogwarts in the greenhouse is something we can finally tick off our bucket list. Will you be making a trip to see this feature?


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Brittany Bennett

A proud Hufflepuff and nerd beyond measure, Harry Potter has always been the series I call home.