Hogwarts in the Snow

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Until Sun Feb 2

  • © Joseph Conway

    The decorations that were originally used on set are brought out again for Christmas

  • © Joseph Conway

    Resin food from the first film is used for the feasts in the great hall

  • © Joseph Conway

    Slytherin House Christmas crackers

  • © Joseph Conway

    Dinner prepares itself at the Weasley’s

  • © Joseph Conway

    The Gryffindor common room has a festive makeover

  • © Joseph Conway

    Dumbledore’s office

  • © Katy Dillon

    Photographer Joe gets his Movember messy

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    Writer Katy enjoys a butterbeer in the Backlot

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    Number four Privet Drive is recreated (Rupert Grint kept part of the original set as a souvenir)

  • © Joseph Conway

    A mini snow drift in the corner of Diagon Alley

  • © Joseph Conway

    Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes

  • © Joseph Conway

    A miniature Hogsmeade model

  • © Joseph Conway

    The Hogwarts scale model covered in snow

  • © Joseph Conway

    The centrepieces from the Yule Ball, based on the Brighton Pavilion

  • © Joseph Conway

    The miniature Hogwarts Bridge

  • © Joseph Conway

    The final room is lined with wand boxes, one for each of the 4,000 people who worked on the eight films

  • © Joseph Conway

    The Knight bus is made from three London double deckers

  • © Joseph Conway

    Harry, Dumbledore and Katy Bell body doubles

© Joseph Conway

The decorations that were originally used on set are brought out again for Christmas

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joanne mcneill

Harry potter world is amazing from the moment you arrive. No detail is left unplanned. Can't wait to return xx

Bex

I visited the Warner Bros. Studio Tour twice in the space of two months, once for the non-festive version in early November, and once for the festive version two days ago. It was interesting to compare the two. I admit that I was expecting a little more festive magic out of the Christmas tour with the way it had been hyped up via posters and online, but reading some reviews of the experience, I realise that I missed some of the seasonal additions like Harry's invisibility cloak, which is a great shame. The snow-blanketed Hogwarts model was spectacular, and I enjoyed the snow-covered Diagon Alley as well, although I was disappointed at the removal of my favourite aspect from last time, the Death Eaters who patrolled in front of the shops and would pretend to duel with you if you pointed a wand at them. The problem was that my friend and I could only obtain tickets for a late slot, starting at 6pm, and so we had to make our way through the exhibits quite efficiently to avoid missing the last bus home. If you're thinking about booking tickets for this (if they're not already sold out by now), definitely aim for an earlier slot so that you can explore every aspect to your heart's content. The other dampener on our visit was the fact that it was pouring with rain, so we couldn't really get close to the outdoor exhibits. A few degrees colder and we would have had an utterly magical snowfall to complete the experience - typical England...

lisa swan

I have read all the Harry Potter Books and seen all films several times over I have visited anwick castle and after ready this article would love to visit 5 star rating