Harry Potter Studio Tour to add Voldermort HQ and Death Eaters

Voldermort's snake Nagini will also be on display

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Warner Bros Studio Tour London has announced that it is to expand its mini-Harry Potter world to include a Dark Arts section.

This will be the first permanent addition since tours began in March 2012 and visitors will be able to explore it from 14 October.

The Malfoy Manor fireplace will be extended to show off the full set which became the headquarters for Lord Voldermort and his Death Eaters in the last film.

A 20-foot model of the Dark Lord's snake Nagini will also been on display, along with other exhibits like the mannequin of kidnapped Muggle Studies teacher Charity Burbage and Defence Against the Dark Arts professor Remus Lupin's robes.

"The Dark Arts feature will be our first new permanent addition since opening in March 2012 and we're looking forward to unveiling it just in time for Hallowe'en," said Sarah Roots, Vice President of Warner Bros Studio Tour London.


Special events will be held to mark the arrival of the new section, with Death Eaters grimly wandering Diagon Alley and visitors getting the chance to hone their duelling techniques.

The studios are still attracting thousands of visitors, situated just outside of London in Watford.