Harry Potter Fans are invited for Christmas Dinner at Hogwarts’ Great Hall
Once-in-a-life-time offer! If you are a fan of Harry Potter you can have Christmas dinner at Hogwarts’ Great Hall.
Harry Potter fans will be giving a great opportunity on December 3rd to celebrate Christmas in Hogwarts style.
Then Warner Bros. Studios will host a festive feast at the real-life Great Hall set used for the films.
If you ever wanted to dine like Harry Potter, Ron and Hemione, now it is your chance! The place where all the magic will happen is located in the studios about 20 miles outside London.
The Great Hall will be decorated with original props used for “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone”. Many scenes, such as when Ron received a howler from his mum, were set in this incredible dining room.
For about US$350 each guest, who must be 18 or older, receives a studio tour, plus appetizers and welcome drinks, a two-course Christmas dinner with all the trimmings and their very own wand.
Those $350 dollars will get you hams studded with cherries and flaming Christmas puddings with plenty of Butterbeer on tap.
The Watford-based attraction has recently opened a Platform 9 ¾ – featuring the original Hogwarts Express locomotive, and a selection of three festive dessert bowls will be served alongside this.
And will also be able to explore the Gryffindor common room and Weasley’s kitchen, both dressed for Christmas as they were in the film.
Other filming areas such as Diagon Alley will be open for exploring at the after-hours event, held on December 3 in Watford.
Guests will be seated in tables of 10, so you don’t need to worry much about who will be your neighbor. The Christmas ball concludes with music and dancing.
A spokesperson for Warner Bros. Studio Tour London said: ‘Dinner in the Great Hall has proved extremely popular and is now sold out.
‘At present, there are no plans for further dates, however, we hold a range of special features and events throughout the year and regular updates are posted on our website.’
What do you say? Did you book a ticket at Christmas dinner in the Great Hall?