WARNER Bros. Studio has revealed what guests can expect from the Harry Potter attraction this Halloween.
From September 24, guests will be able to practice wand duels against Death Eaters and visit the spookily decorated Great Hall.
This year is themed around the Dark Arts, with decorations throughout.
Guests will spot the 100 floating pumpkins in the Great Hall, seen in the first Harry Potter film, as well as other props throughout.
Along the way, guests can watch a live Death Eater duel with wand choreographer Paul Harris, before trying out combat for themselves.
New this year, guests can book a two-course dinner on limited dates, which includes dry ice cocktails along with canapes during the After Dark event.
It will also include set tours of the Potions classroom and Dumbledore’s office, with Death Eaters patrolling throughout the evening.
To end the evening, brave guests will be taken to the Forbidden Forest when dessert is served.
Tickets are on sale now, and the event runs from September 24 to November 7.
The Studio Tour’s ‘Hogwarts after Dark’ events will take place on 6th, 7th and 8th October from 7:30pm until midnight and tickets are priced at £260pp.
Currently running is the A Celebration of Slytherin event, which features the Slytherin common room, and is running until September 15.
The popular Hogwarts in the Snow will return from November 13, which sees festive decorations with Christmas trees, feasts and snow across the castle and Diagon Alley.
The studio has many other popular sets to visit all year too including, The Forbidden Forest and Platform 9 and 3/4.
The Gringotts Wizarding Bank which first opened in 2019 will also be back this year.