Fancy a wizard-themed light trail inspired by the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts series this autumn?
Warner Brothers Themed Entertainment have teamed up with Thinkwell in a partnership that will see the exciting Forbidden Forest attraction in both the United States and just down the road in Arley.
Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience will debut this autumn in the woodland at Arley Hall & Gardens, providing fans the chance to experience an amazing night time trail through the woodland when mesmerising lights will transform the gardens into a magical outdoor trail for families to enjoy.
Visitors will be able to make their way through the woodland, following an illuminated path on which they will discover scenes from some of their favourite moments from both movies and encountering creatures such as Hippogriffs, centaurs, unicorns and Nifflers.
The experience is suitable for the whole family to enjoy and provides a huge amount for fans to see and do, with the opportunity to experience the magic of the wizarding world in a brand-new way.
From discovering the wondrous and beautiful forest come to life, they can go on to enjoy a wide range of food and drinks at the seasonally themed village, before perusing the on-site shop for Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts merchandise to take home.
Warner Brothers and Thinkwell collaborated with partners Unify and discovery platform Fever to bring the idea to fruition, and its now anticipated to arrive in the coming months.
Peter van Roden, Senior Vice President of Warner Bros. Themed Entertainment, said: “The Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience offers fans a new way to enjoy some of the most iconic and magical wizarding world moments.”
“We’re thrilled to be working alongside Thinkwell to bring this incredible light trail to life at Arley Hall & Gardens, a perfect location where the natural beauty of the forest trail and illuminated sets filled with familiar creatures from the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts series, will make for a magical experience for fans of all ages.”
The trail will follow a one-way route through the gardens, and will also be fully accessible to all as well as Covid secure in adherence with the latest Government safety guidelines.
Ticket prices will start from £19 and will be available on Fever’s marketplace.