Harry Potter fans, get excited, because you can now step inside the wizard's childhood home for the first time. From May 27, the Warner Bros. Studio Tour: The Making Of Harry Potter will be opening the doors to 4 Privet Drive, so that visitors can finally have a look around Harry's old 'hood.
You'll be able to wander around the Dursleys' living room, which has been decked out with ugly sofas, family photographs (excluding Harry, obvs), and plenty of Dudley Dursley's certificates, which have been plastered all over the walls (even if they are only marking his skills as a table monitor). And there's even more to geek out about, as they've also re-created a scene from 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone', by suspending hundreds of letters from Hogwarts in the air, as if having flown through the Dursleys' fireplace.
The new attraction is to mark 15 years since the release of 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone', but you'll need to get in there quickly as it's only open to the public from May 27 to June 6.