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Harry Potter Universal Orlando Resort - The Wizarding World Experience the world-class theme parks of Universal Orlando Resort™-Universal Studios Florida™, Universal’s Islands of Adventure™, and Universal’s Volcano Bay™ water theme park for as little $82 a day. Here, you can chose from a 2- to 5-Day ticket, a 2- or 3-Park ticket that can be tailored to your schedule by visiting one park per day with a ‘Base’ ticket, or opt for ‘Park to Park’ ticket so you can experience all parks within the same day. You’ll have access to all rides and attractions within the theme parks. Tickets also include seven (7) consecutive calendar days of admission to select live venues at Universal CityWalk™. This product is available for USA / Canada residents only. Once your reservation is submitted, no changes are able to be made. Behind The Scenes Gift Shop Special effects explained Hogwarts Great Hall experience Diagon Alley experience Souvenirs Merchandise Discover The Magic Rides / Tours Do you have questions about the tour? Self tour or guided? By yourself or in a group? Is the butterbeer good? Can we eat there? Can we take pictures and videos? Example Question- Question: How much time would you allow to see Harry Potter world? Answer: The average visit is spread over a day, although we'd recommend a whole weekend at the attraction. Harry Potter Universal Orlando Resort - The Wizarding World? If so why not leave a review so others can get ideas and plan their trip, we'd love to hear your stories! LEAVE YOUR REVIEWS AS REPLIES!
Harry Potter: A History of Magic Open until Wed 28 Feb 2018 Journey to where magic and myth began Have you ever wanted to delve into Divination, ponder the peculiarities of Potions and discover enchanting creatures? Now you can. We unveil rare books, manuscripts and magical objects from the British Library’s collection, capturing the traditions of folklore and magic which are at the heart of the Harry Potter stories. Marvel at original drafts and drawings by J.K. Rowling and illustrator Jim Kay, both on display for the first time. See the gargantuan 16th-century Ripley Scroll that explains how to create a Philosopher’s Stone. Gaze at Sirius in the night sky as imagined by medieval astronomers. Encounter hand-coloured pictures of dragons, unicorns and a phoenix rising from the flames. Celebrate the 20th anniversary of the publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone with this extraordinary new addition to J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World. We visited the Harry Potter tour this week, if you're looking to go here are a few things to look forward too! Just outside the Library As we make our way through into the tour it's self Exhibits donated by JK Rowling which shows some of her original manuscripts, sketches and artwork by Jim Kay. Also included is medieval material on alchemy and magic, all organised by the different classes at Hogwarts. Here are few examples of JK's work and Jim Kay! We'd recommend visiting Platform 9 3/4 shop at King's Cross Station which is a 10 minute walk. You can have your photo taken while trying to get through to Platform 9 3/4 (but don't tell the muggles!). Overall, the experience was great and it was amazing insight into JK's mind. Interactive demo's for the kids to play on and make potions, while the adults can learn about the history which was used for the making of Harry Potter and The Wizarding World. https://www.bl.uk/events/harry-potter-a-history-of-magic Disclaimer: TheWizardingWorld.co.uk website are in no way affiliated with or endorsed by J.K. ROWLING WIZARDING WORLD which is a trademark of J.K. Rowling and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc or any of it's worldwide subsidiaries or associates. Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts characters, names and related indicia are trademarks of and Warner Bros. Ent. All Rights Reserved. Original Art Work by Jim Kay: http://www.jimkay.co.uk/home/harry-potter/ Thank to The British Library, JK Rowling and JimKay - Without them we wouldn't have this fantastic exhibition!
Due to overwhelming demand, we are pleased to announce an additional evening of ‘Hogwarts after Dark’ taking place on Friday 27th October. FRIDAY 27TH OCTOBER - BOOK TICKETS SATURDAY 28TH OCTOBER - SOLD OUT SUNDAY 29TH OCTOBER - SOLD OUT The spooky evening will begin with smoking dry ice cocktails and canapés before stepping onto the red carpet through the doors of the wizarding school into the Great Hall, which will be transformed for Hallowe’en. The enchanted Great Hall ceiling will be decorated with over 100 floating pumpkins, as seen on screen in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, while the long tables will be laden with a Hallowe’en feast of red apples, pumpkins and cauldrons of lollipops. After taking your seats, you will enjoy a delicious two-course dinner and drinks surrounded by the original props and costumes. All before being greeted with lanterns and invited to follow the spiders into the Forbidden Forest set, where you will enjoy dessert in the company of magical creatures such as Buckbeak the Hippogriff and Aragog the Acromantula. Throughout the evening, Death Eaters will be roaming the attraction dressed in the original costumes from the film series allowing you to see up close the intricate details of the embroidered robes and hand-painted masks. After dinner, you will be invited to explore the Studio Tour after hours, admiring sets such as the Gryffindor common room and the Weasley’s kitchen from The Burrow, and meeting members of the Prop Making Department who will be revealing the filmmaking secrets behind the ceiling full of enchanted pumpkins. The evening continues with the chance to learn wand combat moves from Wand Choreographer, Paul Harris, in preparation for a live duel with Death Eaters. A refreshing Butterbeer will be provided in the Backlot Café and you will then have the opportunity to explore a darker Diagon Alley as the lights are dimmed, the music becomes more foreboding and the wizarding shopping street set is patrolled by Death Eaters. The Studio Tour’s ‘Hogwarts after Dark’ events will take place on Friday 27th, Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th October from 7:30pm until midnight and are open to over 18s only. Guests will be seated at round tables of 10 or 12 and tickets are priced at £240pp. Tickets for Friday 27th October will go on sale on Tuesday 3rd October at 10am (available to purchase online here or by calling the Visitor Services Team on 0345 084 0900). Tickets for Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th October are sold out. HOGWARTS AFTER DARK 7.30pm Arrive for spooky cocktail and canapé reception 8.15pm Studio Tours commence in two groups 8.30pm Enjoy dinner in the Great Hall, which will be transformed for Hallowe’en 9.45pm Explore the Studio Tour before enjoying dessert in the Forbidden Forest 11.45pm Guests return to lobby Midnight Studio Tour closes For more information and to book tickets head over to wbstudiotour page https://www.wbstudiotour.co.uk/hogwarts-after-dark