Harry Potter fans can explore Hogwarts at Halloween at exciting new exhibition

Wizarding World fans can relive Harry Potter's famous Halloween film scenes, as the popular Dark Arts exhibition returns to the Warner Brothers Studio Tour.

From Professor Quirrell shouting "troll in the dungeon!" during the Halloween feast scene in Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone, to the Hogwarts students singing alongside frogs in The Prisoner Of Azkaban, there are plenty of memorable and spooky moments in the film series.

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Back by popular demand, The Dark Arts exhibition will return to Warner Brothers Studio Tour, London this Autumn and will see the Harry Potter film sets transformed into spookier versions for Halloween.

Opening on September 23, 2022, visitors will be able to enter the Great Hall, which will be decorated with over 100 floating pumpkins, along with a Halloween feast of lollipops and red apples dressing the tables.

That's not all, as the famous Platform 9 3/4 and wizarding shopping favourite Diagon Alley will all be redecorated especially for the Dark Arts exhibition, which will run between September 23 to November 6, 2022.

Visitors can also put their skills to the test on the Dark Mark Trail – so are you up to the challenge?

The Dark Arts were usually used by Voldemort's followers, The Death Eaters, who will also feature in the exhibition as visitors can test their wand combat skills against the characters in a live duel.

It is just one of many exhibitions set to open at the Harry Potter Warner Brothers Studio Tour in 2022, following the success of The Mandrakes and Magical Creatures exhibition which is currently on display at the studios.

Future events also include the highly anticipated Hogwarts in The Snow.

Visitors will also be able to explore Hogwarts in the snow once again as part of the tour's festive celebrations, with the Great Hall transformed into the Yule Ball scene from Harry Potter and The Goblet Of Fire between Saturday, November 12 to Sunday, January 15 2023.

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