DETAILS of a huge new Harry Potter attraction has been announced by Warner Bros. Studio Tour London.
Gringotts Wizarding Bank is set to be the biggest expansion to The Making of Harry Potter experience when it opens later this year.
Warner Bros Studio Tour London has revealed that the attraction will open on April 6.
For the first time, guests will be able to explore the iconic bank that featured in the Harry Potter series.
Inside will be the grand banking hall, featuring props such as inkwells, ledgers and money such as Galleons, Sickles and Knuts.
The costumes and prosthetics belonging to the goblin characters, including Bogrod and Griphook, will be on display as well.
Guests will also be able to explore the Lestrange Vault, featuring treasures such as the Sword of Gryffindor and Helga Hufflepuff’s cup.
Guests can take advantage of a photo opportunity where they’re surrounded by the treasures inside the vault.
The new attraction will be a permanent feature at the Warner Bros Studio alongside the Great Hall, Forbidden Forest and Diagon Alley.
Social media users were ecstatic at the news, with one commenting: “I need to be transported to London. In my life I have to visit the Tour.”
Adult tickets cost £43 with the tour taking approximately three and a half hours.
The studio also offers unique experiences throughout the year, such as a Christmas Dinner event in the Great Hall.
Between December 10 and December 12, guests could enjoy an evening of Butterbeer, dancing and a two-course Christmas feast alongside decorations used for the Yule Ball in the films.
This was a special event alongside Hogwarts in the Snow, which ran between November and January where guests could experience the tour with a festive twist.
They also have a Valentines Day dining experience in the Great Hall later this year.
Guests can have a romantic dinner for two in the room from February 14-16, with tickets costing £495.
Harry Potter fans can enjoy a ‘Walking Tour for Muggles’ with Groupon around London for just £14.75.
The tour includes entrance to the Leaky Cauldron as well as the inspiration for Diagon and Knocturn Alley.