ROLL UP ROLL UP, grab your Gryffindor scarves and stick a sock on your house elf: Warner Bros. Studio Tour: The Making of Harry Potter are about to open the doors to 4 Privet Drive for the first time and it sounds AMAZING.
If you're done attempting to break into Gringotts and steal the keys to Hogwarts, you might be interested to know the people over at Warner Bros are venturing into the Muggle world to reveal the interior of The Dursleys' home.
For one week only (better grab your Hippogriff and fly over pretty sharpish, peeps), Harry Potter fans will have the opportunity to walk through the front door and look into the Dursley's living room.
Y'know, the one where 10,000 envelopes were flying about when Harry was accepted into Hogwarts and Dobby dropped that fat off cake on Aunt Petunia's head? Yeah, that living room. Pretty cool, huh?
All the furniture, hideous tiles and outrageous curtains are still in tow, and if this doesn't class as the perfect way to celebrate Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone turning 15 (yup, FIFTEEN) this year, we don't know what is.
As well as the set of 4 Privet Drive, Warner Bros. Studio Tour will also be displaying all the equipment it took to shoot the infamous letter scene, as well as the Dursleys' costumes and the suspended letters in the air.
Pretty cool, huh? Find out more about tickets here and give us a Tweet @Sugarscape what you make of this.
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