WARNER Bros Studio is reopening from July, and fans can book their ticket already.
The Harry Potter attraction has been forced to close due to the pandemic, but will be welcoming guests again from the summer.
Tickets, which went live today, will run from July 1 to December 31, with kids tickets from £38 and adult tickets from £47.
However, the attraction is expecting high demand and with reduced capacity to allow social distancing, fans of the franchise are urged to book ahead.
There are a number of exciting new events launching at Warner Bros Studios this year.
A Celebration of Slytherin will restart from September 15, based on the popular Hogwarts house.
The common room will be built to look like a dungeon, where the room is found in the books, and will be a sea of green with hand-crafted tapestries telling the story of Slytherin's history.
Real props and furniture will be included, such as the large fireplace where Ron's polyjuice potion wore off in their second year at Hogwarts.
Visitors will be able to see the original costumes of the Malfoy Family as well as Lord Voldemort.
From September 24, the Dark Arts feature will return which will see 100 floating pumpkins in the Great Hall, and where guests can practise their own wand combat moves.
The popular Hogwarts in the Snow will return from November 13, which sees festive decorations with Christmas trees, feasts and snow across the castle and Diagon Alley.
The studio has many other popular sets to visit all year too including, The Forbidden Forest and Platform 9 and 3/4.
The Gringotts Wizarding Bank which first opened in 2019 will also be back this year.
Some attractions, including theme parks, can reopen earlier if they are an outdoor space.
Day trips can go ahead from April 12 across the UK.
Legoland's new Land of Mythica attraction is also opening this year with brand new rides and experiences.
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