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As if you didn’t need another reason to go to London.

This Christmas the clamoring can begin to make your way to London for the overseas WB Studio Experience that allows you to dine in the Hogwarts Great Hall set from the Harry Potter films.  The Christmastime event feast will feature, “Trees adorned with golden baubles shaped like moons and partridges will line the set, while a replica feast will sit atop the long tables (including flaming Christmas puddings and hams studded with cherries)”

Running at about $348 bucks a pop, this 18 and over dream come true includes a fancy two course dinner, Butterbeer while touring Diagon Alley, dancing to music and a cash bar.  There will be 3 desserts bowls to gorge on at Platform 9 3/4 right next to the Hogwarts Express before reaching the snow covered castle.

What they really should do is wait for the Harry Potter plays to open and run dinner/theater packs so they can just take all our money in one swift blow.

Sure hope they got Troll insurance.

Sure hope they got Troll insurance.




From the site:


5.40pm Catch the shuttle bus from Watford Junction train station (£2 return)

6.00pm Arrive at the Studio Tour for welcome drinks and canapés

6.30pm Enjoy the holding room and cinema experience

6.50pm Enter the original Great Hall set

7.00pm Take your seat with other excited Harry Potter fans as you enjoy a two-course Christmas dinner in the set that hosted Hogwarts’ famous feasts

8.45pm Explore the remainder of the Studio Tour and enjoy a selection of festive dessert bowls on Platform 9 ¾ as well as a cup of Butterbeer in the backlot café

10.15pm Conclude the evening with music and dancing (a bar will be available for those who wish to purchase additional drinks)

Midnight Depart (shuttle buses will return to Watford Junction train station.

To book your trip go to the UK’s WB Studio Tour site!


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