When I was 10, I asked my grandma to buy me the first four books of the Harry Potter series because I thought “they looked cool”. They sat on my bookshelf for three years at least, until my mom finally made me read them. I was hooked after the first chapter of the first book, and I have been hooked ever since. One of the very last days of my UK travel study will be spent at the Warner Brothers Studio- the Making of Harry Potter in London. Everything I’ve read online about has said it may be “pricey, but it’s perfect for any Harry Potter fan”.
The website for the Warner Brother Studios is set up to help a fan plan the perfect trip, and it will defintely help me plan my money for the entire trip so I can budget my spending (which I will probably want to do a lot of when I see that gift shop!) https://www.wbstudiotour.co.uk/ (https://shop.wbstudiotour.co.uk/)
The Warner Brothers Studio website shows all that is offered at the location including “Fantastic Beasts”, Sweets (including the Chocolate Frogs and the Bertie Bott’s Flavored Beans), and the newest attraction that will be open by the time I travel there: the Forbidden Forest. Part of me wants to look over every inch of this site because I’m so excited to go. The other part of me, however, wants to keep some things a surprise. Either way, I am really glad this attraction is at the end of our trip, one of the last things we visit before returning home. It gives me something to look forward to as we travel, and I think it will help me avoid being too home sick.
“Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times…if one only remembers to turn on the light”-Albus Dumbledore