LONDON (AP) — The British studios where the eight “Harry Potter” movies were made will be open to the public.
Warner Brothers says it will offer public tours of its studios north of London beginning March 31.
Visitors can see the classrooms, dorms, the Great Hall, the Ministry of Magic and Harry’s Muggle home on Privet Drive. Costumes, props and animatronic effects will also be part of the tour. Tickets will cost $43 for adults and $32 for children.
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