Harry Potter gets a new exhibit with the costumes from the moviesby Aline Michel
Between May 26th and June 3rd, and during all the weekends until July 22nd, the visitors of Warner Bros. Studio Tour London, located at the Leavesden Studios in England, will be able to see from up close the details of some of the more than 25.000 costumes created specially for the Harry Potter movies. It’s the “The Making of Harry Potter: Behind the Seams” new exhibit, created specially for the Studio Tour.
The visitors will be able to check out everything from the initial drafts to the costumes used in the movies, including Professor Sprout’s, Cedric Diggory’s outfits for the Triwizard Tournament and the robes that Lord Voldemort wore during the Battle of Hogwarts. The visitors will also get the chance to wear their house’s robes, similar to the ones used by the actors in the films.
Tickets cost 65 pounds for adults and 55 pounds for children and must be purchased previously through the official website. Besides granting access to the ‘Behind the Seams’ section, an hour-long experience, the ticket also grants access to the Studio Tour London, which includes many original props and scenarios from the Harry Potter movies.