Lonely Planet Writer

Magically delicious: now you can eat breakfast like a wizard at Hogwarts

As any wizard knows, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Now, you can eat breakfast like Harry, Hermione and Ron at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. This August, the Warner Bros. Studio Tour in London will host two special breakfasts for wizards and muggles alike.

Visitors can see Pixie Puffs, Cheeri Owls and other Hogwarts favourites at the long tables of the Great Hall. It’s not just cereal; croissants, sausage muffins, hash browns, yoghurt and berries will all be on offer, along with tea, coffee, bucks fizz and juice.

As guests eat, they can watch the dawn break over the Hogwarts castle model, which took a team of 40 people seven months to build.

While the breakfast isn’t cheap at £70 for kids and £95 for adults, it includes early morning access to the studio, a photograph taken in the Great Hall, a souvenir guidebook and big glass of Butterbeer.

After breakfast, guests can wander around the sets before anyone else arrives, including a trip to Dumbledore’s office, hanging out in Gryffindor’s common room and a doing spot of shopping at Diagon Alley.

Guests can also visit the latest addition to the studio, Harry Potter’s childhood home, 4 Privet Drive.

Breakfast at Hogwarts takes place on 21 and 28 August. Tickets are on sale from 6 July at the Warner Bros Studio Tour website.

The Warner Bros. Studio Tour London contains original sets, props and costumes from the Harry Potter movies. It opened in March 2012, as a way to preserve the Harry Potter movies, and bring the magic of the films to Harry Potter fans.