Hogwarts in the Snow is back again this year, and this time they're painting the whole town white 1 week ago

Hogwarts in the Snow is back again this year, and this time they're painting the whole town white

2020 is starting to look up!

Nothing brightens up a day like some Harry Potter news and on top of that there's snow involved. Harry, Ron and Hermione would be proud!

Harry Potter and Christmas almost go hand in hand, it's the time of year you have the most time to sit and rewatch all the movies and both are all about magic. This year there are some big plans for one of the most famous tours in the world and we are all for it.

The Warner Brothers Studio Tour in London has announced that it is bringing its annual festival back again this year, but they are also adding a very important feature to it. This time around Hogwarts and Diagon Alley will actually be covered in snow.

Hogwarts opens its doors on November 14th in London and this year is set to be the best yet. Never before have they covered the Harry Potter streets in snow and given the whole town a festive makeover.

During filming the famous movies there were several occasions when they needed to use fake snow. But they have never covered the streets of Diagon Alley in it.

For this incredible experience, WB Studios plan on using mixed types of fake snow from powdery to the kind that crunches under your feet. The producers behind the tour also plan on adding some of the magical white stuff to the model of Hogwarts Castle.

Aside from the snow, guests will be greeted with festive wreaths and lights and everything you can imagine in a Harry Potter Christmas fairytale.

There are also some special touches including Christmas cards written by the cast which will be hanging in the Boys’ Dormitory.

And for all you special effects fans, the fireplaces will be lit with a one of a kind social effects fire which has been created especially for the tour using a combination of water vapour and lighting effects.

You can find out more about the tour and get tickets here. Hopefully we'll be able to go when the time comes, and if not, there's always next year!