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Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter. Step into the #ForbiddenForest

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How big was Hagrid, really? Pull up a seat and find out! #WBTourLondon

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Uncover every behind-the-scenes secret of #WBTourLondon! Just like messers Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot, and Prongs!

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Is the Whomping Willow's bark worse than its bite? You be the judge at #WBTourLondon!

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Who would you ask to join your Quidditch team? Tag six teammates and find a time to meet at #WBTourLondon!

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Which #ForbiddenForest creature is your favourite? Tag #WBTourLondon to show us!

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Makeup artist Amanda Knight says actress Helena Bonham Carter "wanted to have rotten teeth and nasty nails that were long and gnarled" for her role as Bellatrix Lestrange! You can see the finishing touches at the Malfoy Manor set!

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How did filmmakers hide Moody at the bottom of seven magic trunks? Get to the bottom of the mystery at #WBTourLondon!

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At 200 feet long, 120 feet wide, and 30 feet high, the Ministry of Magic set was the largest set created for any of the Harry Potter films! You can see part of it at #WBTourLondon!

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Each of the snake scales on the door to the Chamber of Secrets were individually cast in resin and painted! #WBTourLondon

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"If they see Thestrals walking through the forest and think they're real, we've all done our job," explains senior visual effects supervisor Tim Burke.

Bats, eagles, and horses were some of the real-world animals that designers studied to make it happen!

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It took filmmakers 11 weeks to build the Great Hall set! Now you can walk onto its durable York stone floors yourself at #WBTourLondon.

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The watery surface of the Pensieve prop was created digitally, complete with realistic "wave generations" and silvery threads of memories! You'll spot the Pensieve in Dumbledore's office set at #WBTourLondon.

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The colours of the Weasley kitchen are meant to represent the colours of the family: green, brown, and orange!

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Production designer Stuart Craig added a trap door in the floor of Hagrid's hut to give the impression that Hagrid may have additional mysterious creatures hidden away!

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Want to add some sparkle to your day? Watch these twirling magical trophy props in action at #WBTourLondon!

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You don't need a dragon fire-spitting motorbike and sidecar to bring a friend to the Studio Tour. But make sure you book your tickets early via the link in our bio!

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There's snow place like Hogwarts for Christmas! #HogwartsInTheSnow returns 18th November, and it's never too early to book your tickets!

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"That's the attraction, I think, that layering of different spaces" - Production Designer, Stuart Craig, on one of his favourite sets: Dumbledore's office!

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There are approximately 984 jars in the Potions classroom set here at #WBTourLondon!

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"Riding those brooms was a tremendously difficult thing, but to create a sense of movement, a sense of urgency, and, at the same time, to feel as if these were real athletes playing a game, was the biggest challenge." - Director Chris Columbus
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