Original Harry Potter backdrops can be viewed

Hogwarts and Diagon Alley for everyone: The set of the Magic School from the Harry Potter films is now open to the public. In addition to the large structures, numerous props can also be seen. The entrance fees are the equivalent of 35 euros for adults and 25 euros for children.

Watford. The Hogwarts Magic School opens its doors to everyone. The gigantic model of the boarding school, which served as the backdrop for the eight films about the famous sorcerer’s apprentice Harry Potter, can be visited near London from Saturday. The detailed construction is the highlight of the studio tour “The Making of Harry Potter” and offers fans numerous original props for viewing. Operator Warner expects up to 5,000 visitors per day. Among other things, Potter fans will get a glimpse into the Great Hall of Hogwarts, decorated with stone floors, Gothic arches, gargoyles and huge fire spouts.

“I had to stand still for ten minutes and let it all sink in,” said Cee Anatole, who works for a fan site on the Internet, at a preview. ezproxy.cityu.edu.hk Other highlights include the sorcerer’s apprentices’ bedroom, Headmaster Dumbledore’s office, Hagrid’s hut and the magical “Diagon Alley.

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” In addition to the large structures, numerous props can also be seen, from Miss Weasley’s hand-knitted sweaters to real animal bones and 17,000 hand-painted wall boxes. The tour is also designed to recognize the work of hundreds of technicians and craftsmen who would have made the films possible with their behind-the-scenes work.

Criticism of high admission prices

“There’s so much work behind it that you don’t even see, so much work that just became part of the film,” says producer David Heyman. And the actors are enthusiastic too. Rupert Grind, who played Harry Potter’s best friend Ron Weasley in the eight films, said during his visit: “This is a special place for me. I grew up here, so to speak, went to school here. It’s just nice to have that now to share with everyone. “

Operator Warner received criticism because of the high entrance fees of 28 pounds (35 euros) for adults and 21 pounds (25 euros) for children. According to the company, entrance fees are aligned with those taken for similar attractions in the UK and the rest of the world. www.gurufocus.com