“Return to Azkaban” Feature Coming to Studio Tour London

Examine your tea leaves closely and you’ll see that, yes, Warner Bros. Studio Tour London will be providing new and exciting additions in time for summer. “Return to Azkaban,” which is promised to run from May 1 to September 4, 2024, will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the beloved third installment of the Harry Potter film series. As we know from numerous previous events, the Studio Tour London likes to celebrate in a big way, and this upcoming feature is no different.



Guests will not be short of things to do and see upon visiting. Among the most significant additions being made is Professor Trelawney’s Divination classroom. For the original film, the set was modeled with a traditional tea shop in mind before layering in hints of the professor’s eccentricities. Aspiring Seers will be able to examine these details for themselves, from the mismatched teacups piled high to the jewel-toned velvet poufs Hogwarts students perched upon during lessons.

More Hermione-minded fans might be more interested in exploring the new section of the Defense Against the Dark Arts classroom. Designed for the clever and creative Professor Lupin, the classroom features the Boggart-infested wardrobe and “Riddikulus-ly” deranged jack-in-the-box from one of his more memorable lessons.

And raising one’s wand arm won’t be necessary to summon the Knight Bus this time. A full cross-section of the rattling, careening magical vehicle has been constructed for the Studio Tour by the original filmmakers. Guests will get to experience the full-speed effects of Ernie’s driving with swaying chandeliers, moving beds, and swiftly passing London streets.

If you can believe it, there’s even more. Guests will have the opportunity to search for Scabbers while being serenaded by the Hogwarts frog choir in the Great Hall. The original bed from the Leaky Cauldron will also be on display, as well as a rampaging Monster Book of Monsters.

With all these features, it doesn’t take a crystal ball to know that you’ll be getting a ticket. Prebooking is available now.