Something wicked this way comes for Harry Potter fans this Halloween. The Warner Bros Studio in London is offering fans a chance to partake in a one of a kind experience.

The movie studios which hold several props and stage screens used during the eight films are homed here. For those who have always wanted to become a member of the dark arts or to have a Halloween that they will never forget, this is a perfect opportunity.

The idea stemmed by Pierre Boghanna who was the head prop maker during the whole Harry Potter film series. Pierre will give fans a chance to delve into the secrets behind famous scenes, such as the enchanted floating pumpkins.

These scenes were filmed in the iconic Great Hall and will feature over 100 floating above the guest’s heads.

A grand feast

Visitors will venture through Hagrid’s very own pumpkin patch, which made its first appearance "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban." The prop makers ensure the authenticity of all props, even pumpkins, ensuring that no two pumpkins were identical.

A two-course meal will be hosted in the same way that they took place in the books and film inside The Great Hall. The room will be decked out in spooky decorations complete with smoking dry ice cocktails, and as guests arrive, canapes will be served at the gates of the hall. Tables will be full of extra Halloween treats such as cauldrons of lollipops and pumpkins.

After dinner, the event steps up a gear in the form of physical combat. Guests will learn how to defeat the dark arts with a wand combat lesson. You can become an expert just like your favorite witches and wizards. Paul Harris, who is the Wand Choreographer, taught on the set of the film series tricks to combating evil. The lesson will play out in a real wand duel that will take place among Death Eaters in the studios very own back lot.

Desserts will be provided by following the spiders in the dark Forbidden forest, which homes the famous Aragog the Acromantula. A chance to see Hagrid's favorite magical creature Buck Beak the hippogriff.

Behind the magic

The Warner Bros. website details the type of things that fans will be getting themselves into. The usual studio tour is included in the package after the Halloween feast.

Also, the tour visitors get to learn plenty of filming secrets. “Demonstrating how a crowd scene like the Battle of Hogwarts would have been created during filming, you will test out your newly learned wand techniques as you are directed through a battle with Death Eaters who are storming the Hogwarts Bridge.”

Of course, no trip to Hogwarts would be complete without a refreshing Butterbeer while stepping into a real life Diagon Alley. One of the most famous streets in the franchise has the set of shops such as Ollivander's, which allows you to find the perfect wand to take home. This time, however, Diagon Alley will consist to a dark atmosphere, lights will be dimmed with eerie music. Keeping with the dark theme, the streets will be patrolled by the ever creepy and lurking Death Eaters!