In spring next year, fans can see Dumbledore's office and Hogwarts' Great Hall in Leavesden studio in London.
Fans of "Harry Potter" will be able to experience the magic of the movies' sets, costumes and props when a new tour opens in Britain next year. The Making of Harry Potter will let fans go on a walking tour through the wizard franchise's production base in Leavesden, England.
Among the sets, they'll see Hogwarts headteacher Professor Dumbledore's office and the Great Hall of the wizarding school, where stars Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint all filmed scenes. A spokesperson for film studio Warner Bros. says, "We're incredibly excited."
The tour will be open to the public next spring.
In the meantime, a world premiere for "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II" is set to be a magical one. The special screening will take place at Trafalgar Square in central London on July 7.