The sheer amount of craft on display that you never see or notice in the movies is mind-boggling.
Everywhere it's evident that effort was made to create a set as realistic as possible, one that appeared lived-in.
(As the production designer Stuart Craig explains, "this would happen in all schools".)Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint literally grew up on these sets.
You can see how they changed as the characters matured and the films became darker.
The smiles and gasps with which Holly and her friends walked around for three hours and the emotion when they finally saw Hogwarts?
Rachel Anne Mc Adams (born November 17, 1978) is a Canadian actress.
Without giving too much away, you enter – as Harry did when he first arrived – into the Hogwarts Great Hall.
Here, 400 students and teachers could sit at solid oak and pine tables where "pupils" were encouraged to carve in their own graffiti.Mc Adams rose to fame in 2004 with her roles in the comedy Mean Girls and the romantic drama The Notebook.In 2005, she starred in the romantic comedy Wedding Crashers, the psychological thriller Red Eye, and the family comedy-drama The Family Stone.Film buffs will be entranced by the craftsmanship, the detail, the secrets laid bare and – who knows? At £28 for adults and £21 for children (you have to book online) the new Harry Potter tour experience can hardly be described as cheap.– non-fans may even be converted after a ride on a Nimbus 2000. However, there's a family ticket for £83 and my daughter and 15 of her friends (in costume! For context, Alton Towers is £42 for adults on the door and £31.50 online in advance (£33.60 and £25.20 for children).Bring a camera, because photographs are encouraged and your Black Berry will fill up in no time. Here you learn how the Quidditch games and the Weasleys' flying car were created.