An upcoming forbidden forest experience in the UK

Harry potter fans, it’s time to enter the Forbidden Forest! Warner Bros. Themed Entertainment is about to open Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience on the grounds of Arley Hall & Gardens in Cheshire, UK. Opening this fall, the experience will take fans through Jk rowling‘s Harry potter and Fantastic beasts. As you hike a lighted trail through the woods, you can see some of your favorite things from the franchise and learn more about the Wizarding World.

The event is a ‘forest trail night experience filled with magical creatures and magical wonders of the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films. “Visitors can” explore after dark the sounds, lights and special effects that bring the magic of the wizarding world to life. Guests will also enjoy a wide range of delicious food and drinks in the village! ”


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The Forbidden Forest in the series brought Harry face to face with horrific beings while in detention. Despite the name, Harry and his friends have often found themselves in the dark woods and even made friends like Firenze the Centaur who will return in different books throughout the series to help Harry Potter with whatever he needed.

Tickets will be released for Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience on July 29 at 10 a.m. and will give fans of the series the chance to experience the dark forest in front of them. Exploring the wizarding world, the beasts that make up the franchise and more, it’s a perfect experience for any fan of the series.

Learn more about the experience below:

Celebrating some of the most iconic forest scenes from the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films, visitors can interact with magical characters and cast their own spells, bringing the fantasy world to life. Discover Centaurs, a Hippogriff, and other magical creatures before you spawn a Patronus before your eyes!

It’s an evening for the whole family with a journey through a wonderful and beautiful forest that comes to life with the magic of the wizarding world.

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