ByJancy Richardson, writer at
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Warner Bros Studio Tour in London, England just opened an exhibit scarier and darker than a midnight dip in a lake full of Inferi.

What is it Mr. Ollivander said about Voldemort? 'He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named did great things. Terrible, yes... but great.' The new Harry Potter exhibit celebrates just that - The Dark Arts.

The tour - including this brand new Dark Arts exhibit that only just opened - costs around $50 and must be booked in advance: more details available here. Until then, check out the freaky fan-gasms on display!

Charity Burbage's levitating body

In fact, the whole Malfoy Manor set is there, complete with creepy faceless dummies wearing Voldemort, Lucius et al's clothes.


Nagini, all 26 feet of her

Ophidiophobics, look away. Nagini, Voldemort's faithful snake is a big - and I mean BIG - part of the exhibition. That's the closest you're ever getting to those fangs and walking away alive.


Borgin & Burkes

The darkest, most nefarious place on Knockturn Alley is finally open to the public! Expect skulls, shriveled hands, shrunken heads, and books full of deadly secrets.


The Grave of the Riddles

A really beautiful piece of craftsmanship, this eerie gravestone is where I'd seek my Dark Arts photo opportunity.


Cabinet of Hocruxes

Helga Hufflepuff's cup (pictured) and Voldemort's other Horcruxes are available to look at, but they are encased in glass. That's probably for the best, you don't wanna put your Muggle hands on them.


Umbridge's Kittens

Let's not forget the most frightening evil of all - that banal, every day evil that we're all familiar with. I'm glad that Umbridge's paraphernalia is displayed here, despite the clashing pink color scheme.


Check out the full video here - tell me what your fave bit is!

Awesome, huh? That's my next vacation planned...


What would you most like to see at the Harry Potter Dark Arts Exhibition?

Source: The Telegraph, WBStudio


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