I don't know if I've ever mentioned it on here, but I am a hardcore Harry Potter fan. Last summer I was lucky enough to travel to London with one of my best friends, and of course we seized the opportunity to visit the Harry Potter studios outside of London. Oh my god, it was amazing! Over half a year later, I browsed through the pictures (which weren't really good because of the lighting and the fact that my hands were shaking with excitement), but I wanted to share them with you guys. I can't describe the feeling of entering the great hall for the first time. It was simply...magic.
In the end of the great hall, we could see the teachers (or well, their costumes) standing by their respective seats.
Moving out of the great hall, we could see props and costumes from the yule ball.
Here are the costumes of Harry, Cho, Hermione and Viktor Krum. (Hermione's costume looked so tiny aw).
Okay, so this is amazing because 1. LOOK AT IT and 2. I think it said that some of it was REAL chocolate, and it still looked nice (and edible) after almost 10 years.
The costume section was heaven too! Look at Luna's cute dress and shoes, even her earrings! I also found the wizard shoes quite cool. Wouldn't mind a pair...
This was really interesting, because you could see the different stages of Harry's costumes as they get more and more damaged.
This was just some of the pictures I took there, and I believe I will post a part two as well (where we got to see the actual Hogwarts castle, different classrooms, special effects ++). Also I think the pictures don't do the studios to justice at all, because there are just so many things to see, and the amount of details are unbelievable. You kind of have to be there for yourselves to see it...