Harry’s Bedroom Debuts at Warner Bros. Studio Tour for Return of Magical Mischief
We don’t know about you, but we absolutely love Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter’s Magical Mischief feature. Last year, this special feature took fans on a behind-the-scenes adventure that revealed how the magic in the films was actually made. Those who had a great time exploring all this feature had to offer will be happy to learn that the studio is bringing it back this year for another round, with some exciting additions.
Not only will visitors be able to relive the magic of the movies and explore all the behind-the-scenes mischief, but they’ll also have the opportunity to take a peek at Harry’s bedroom at number four, Privet Drive. We first saw this room in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets and will always remember it as the place where Harry first meets Dobby the house-elf. If you’re curious about how the filmmakers managed to make Dobby look so incredibly lifelike, you’ll definitely want to book your tickets for this feature.
In addition to discovering how Dobby was brought to life, visitors will also uncover how Harry’s flying Hogwarts acceptance letters were created, and if you’ve always wondered how the heck the Invisibility Cloak works, this is your chance to find out. Last, but not least, guests will visit the Great Hall, where they’ll discover how the famous scene where Fred and George leave Hogwarts with a literal bang in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix was created.
While this feature focuses heavily on visual learning, visitors will also have an opportunity to get some hands-on experience – you’ll be given all the tools to create your own origami Howler. Unfortunately, we don’t know the spell that will allow you to actually make it come to life, but it’s the idea that counts.
This special feature clearly has no shortage of magic, and fans will leave with memories to last a lifetime (and you’ll likely appreciate the magic of the films even more when you host your next Harry Potter marathon).