Dine Like Harry Potter and Eat a British Christmas Dinner At Hogwarts

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Happy Christmas, Harry!
Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone

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Enjoy a Christmas feast like Harry Potter would.

Something special is brewing this Christmas at the Warner Brothers' Harry Potter studio in London — the chance to dine at the Great Hall in Hogwarts.

Hogwarts, of course, is the magical school for witchcraft and wizardry from the Harry Potter books and movies. On December 3, guests over 18 years old will be served Christmas dinner at the Great Hall, the dining area where Hogwarts students ate meals and were sorted by the Sorting Hat into their houses.

Original props from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone will decorate the hall, including flaming Christmas puddings and hams topped with cherries. All guests will receive a wand and a two-course Christmas dinner with roast turkey, cranberry, sausage stuffing, and Brussels sprouts, along with festive dessert bowls and Butterbeer. Vegetarian options are also available.

The dinners (tickets cost £230, or about $349) also include a tour of the set of Hogwarts Castle, which will be covered with fake snow to set the scene for Christmas. So if you have always wanted to dine like a witch or wizard at Christmastime, reserve your ticket now!

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