New for 2018, “Behind the Seams” at The Making of Harry Potter will allow guests to discover the secrets of the Costume Department that created over 25,000 items of clothing for the Wizarding World.
Going from initial sketches to the finished costume onscreen, Tour experts will showcase the behind-the-scenes journey that helped to bring the characters to life.
Guests will learn how new clothes were made to look battle-torn or centuries old with the help of mud, paint and wire brushes; how magical snail trails were created on the Herbology professor’s robes; and why Aunt Marge needed 38 costumes for just one scene.
Presented in a workshop environment, guests will be able to see exclusive costumes never-before-seen at the Studio Tour, including those belonging to Professor Sprout, Cedric Diggory, and even Lord Voldemort himself.
Visitors to Behind the Seams will also receive the chance to choose their house colors and wear an original Hogwarts robe that appears onscreen in the “Harry Potter” film series.
This all-new experience will run daily from May 26 – June 3, and every weekend until July 22. Tickets are £65 for adults and £55 for children, which includes entrance to the Studio Tour and a one-hour Behind the Seams session.
For more information, and to purchase tickets, visit wbstudiotour.co.uk.