Muggles, witches and wizards alike, you can now eat your morning meal at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
Taking place in the great hall, the tables will be set out just as they were in the film and those lucky enough to nab tickets with be able to enjoy the wizarding cereals like cheery owls and pixie puffs for the most important meal of the day.
The elves won’t just be putting out cereal though, they’ll also be preparing a feast of mini emmental and ham croissants, sausage and brown sauce muffins, mini brioches with oak-smoked bacon and homemade tomato chutney, hash browns with sun blushed tomato concasee, berries and greek yoghurt, fruit kebabs with maple syrup and danishes.
Even if it wasn’t at Hogwarts, that’s a feast we’d like to be involved in.
Staff members will even be dressed up in Hogwarts uniform and you’ll be able to get a photo of yourself in the great hall.
After you’ve enjoyed probably more than you should have for breakfast, you can then explore the rest of the other sets. From Hogwarts Express at Platform 9 3/4 and Diagon Alley to Dumbledore’s Office and the Gryffindor common door, as well the recently-opened number four, Privet Drive set.
The incredible attention to detail and amount of offer means that the tickets don’t come cheap. Adult tickets will be available for £95pp, whilst child tickets are £75pp.