This looks like a must-see for any Harry Potter fans.
This Halloween fans can spend the evening having dinner at Hogwarts (or the Warner Bros Studio Tour in London).
For the second year running, the attraction is hosting its Hogwarts After Dark experience.
On Friday 26, Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 October, guests will enjoy cocktails and canapés before a two-course dinner is served in the Great Hall, which will be decorated with 100 floating pumpkins, red apples and cauldrons of lollipops.
To start, the options include smoked duck with pumpkin purée and blood orange jelly or goat’s cheese ravioli. This will be followed by roast lamb, a mushroom and shallot suet pudding or a pumpkin, beetroot and sage tarte tatin. Dessert bowl food – including pumpkin brûlée and dark chocolate mousse – will later be served in the Forbidden Forest.
The experience also includes an after-hours studio tour, with visits to the Gryffindor common room set and the Weasley’s kitchen from The Burrow, as well as a meeting with the prop-making department to learn how the enchanted ceiling was made.
A wand choreographer will be available for a lesson on how to duel with Death Eaters before the evening concludes with a glass of Butterbeer and a trip down Diagon Alley.
Tickets are priced at £240 per person and are available to over 18s only.
They go on sale at 10am on Tuesday, August 28 via the Studio Tours website.