Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience Is Coming to Texas This Fall
Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience has already been to Cheshire, England; Washington, DC, United States; New York, United States; and Brussels, Belgium, and Harry Potter fans in America will be pleased to hear that it will now be appearing in Little Elm, Texas, this fall.
The magically interactive experience has visitors entering a nighttime woodland trail that is brought to life by award-winning theatrical designers and experiential creators. You will witness for yourself the magic of the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films.
As you take part in some of the iconic Forbidden Forest scenes from the films, look out for magical creatures such as hippogriffs, unicorns, and Nifflers, and you might even spot Mr. Weasley’s Ford Anglia parked along the way.
You’ll also be able to have a wand duel photo taken and cast a Patronus to bring some light to the darkness of the forest.
This outdoor and family-friendly experience is suitable for witches and wizards of all ages, whether you’re a young witch or wizard just starting off your journey in the wizarding world or have already left Hogwarts.
Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience opens at Little Elm Park in Little Elm, Texas, on October 28, with various sessions open daily. It takes approximately 60–90 minutes for the overall experience, with the walking trail section taking around 45–75 minutes.
While you’re there, don’t forget to head to the on-site shop, where you’ll find a range of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts merchandise to buy – who can resist buying themselves a special little something to remember the magical night? There is also a range of hot and cold foods available to purchase while you’re there, with vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options available.
Tickets for the experience are now available to buy online, but you’d better be quick because spaces are being snapped up quickly, with limited availability left in November and December.
Will you be heading to the Forbidden Forest Experience in Texas this fall?