Starting this April, guests visiting Warner Bros. Studio Tour London will discover the secrets and magic behind some of the costumes and props belonging to their favorite Slytherin characters during A Celebration of Slytherin.
Visitors won’t have to take Polyjuice Potion to see the Slytherin common room up close, as for the first time ever, they will be invited to see a 25-foot high section of the iconic set. The Slytherin common room will be outfitted with authentic props, featuring hand-designed wall tapestries and an overall theme of green and silver.
In the Great Hall, guests will be surrounded in a sea of green as Slytherin house banners are suspended from the ceiling, celebrating a Slytherin victory of the House Cup. Over the teacher’s table, Gryffindor banners will be displayed in reference to the final scenes of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” in which Dumbledore awards last-minute house points that led to Gryffindor winning the House Cup.
A number of original costumes belonging to the Malfoy family will be on display as well, allowing visitors to see how the designs changed to depict their rise and fall in power and status alongside Lord Voldemort. Voldemort’s costumes will also be on display, showing his path from orphan to Tom Riddle, to young Hogwarts student, and finally, to He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named.
Warner Bros. Studio Tour London’s A Celebration of Slytherin event will run from Friday, April 3 – Sunday, Sept. 6, 2020. All offerings are included in the ticket price.
To learn more, or to pre-book your tickets, visit WBStudioTour.co.uk.