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29 Jun 2022

London's Harry Potter studio tour to open Professor Sprout’s Greenhouse

Warner Bros. Studio Tour London will launch a new area on 1 July, further expanding the popular Harry Potter-themed visitor attraction in Leavesden.

Professor Sprout’s greenhouse will allow visitors to step into the original set, seen in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, which is home to many exotic and magical plants.

Once inside, they will be able to stop to pull out a potted "Mandrake" as part of an interactive display.

Based on the scene in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, visitors can also spot the Venomous Tentacula hanging from the ceiling as they walk through the greenhouse.

A spokesperson for Warner Bros. Studio Tour London said: "In addition to the new area, visitors will learn how Thestrals and Mandrakes were brought to life using a mixture of scale models and CGI in the Creatures Workshop."

Professor Sprout’s Greenhouse will be a permanent addition to the Studio Tour and follows the recent additions of a 1:3 scale version of the Weasleys’ Burrow and the fountain from the Hogwarts courtyard.

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