Calling all Harry Potter fans, a new exhibition is opening its doors next month and it'll offer behind-the-scenes of the films.
The Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition promises plenty of never-before-seen images rights from the wizard's time at Hogwarts.
It will feature a Butterbeer Bar where you can sip on the Wizarding World's popular drink – and so much more.
Other things to look out for includes climbing on a broomstick with a green screen backdrop to make it look like you're flying.
There's also a photo opp in a Ministry of Magic inspired area where you can get your own Identification Card.
Fans can also head to the gift shop to pick up souvenir packages and collectibles from wands to the Hogwarts house robes.
The new exhibition will be located in London's bustling Covent Garden and it's set to open its doors next month on July 12.
Adult tickets are £20 and child tickets £14 and will need to be pre-booked in advance by heading to the website.
In other Harry Potter news, fans are going wild for a "magical" Airbnb with rooms just like the movies.
The Wizards Way house, located in Florida, US, has eight bedrooms with space for more than 16 lucky guests.
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And the best part of each room is that it pays a tribute to different parts of the magical JK Rowling tales.
When it comes to bedrooms, witches and wizards will be spoilt for choice.
There's a Whomping Willow bed, Hogwarts Express bed and Dumbledore's office bed to select from.
Other parts of the Airbnb have been designed to look just like the home dormitories from the famous films.
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