Fans of the wizardry world will get the chance to head to Hogwarts this summer and discover a brand new feature at The Making of Harry Potter Studio Tour. 

Announcing the exciting new experience, Discovering Hogwarts, fans will be able to explore the early years of Harry's time at Hogwarts at the Leavesden attraction. 

It is hosting the event from May 2 to September 4 with fans of the films getting the chance to uncover new elements from the making of the franchise. 

Not only will fans be able to learn more about Harry's time at Hogwarts but it will also mark 11 years since the attraction opened. 

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Harry Potter Studios Tour announce new Discovering Hogwarts feature

For the first time ever since filming, the Great Hall will have over 400 floating candles from the ceiling as part of the summer special. 

As described on the Harry Potter Studio Tour website, the Great Hall will look just like it did Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone first aired over 20 years ago. 

Fans can even try out one of the hardest spells to pronounce, Wingardium Leviosa, in a new feature in Professor Flitwick’s Charms class.

In the scene, Harry, Ron and Hermione are learning to master the tricky spell, now fans will have the chance to practice their wand skills and learn the movement behind casting the famous Wingardium Leviosa spell. 

Discovering Hogwarts will also let fans see how Robbie Coltrane's beloved Rubeus Hagrid came to life, in a live demonstration of how the half-giant was brought life.

You can book tickets now via the Harry Potter Studio Tour website.