LONDON (AP) - Harry Potter fans have one more magical milestone to wait for.
Warner Bros. says public tours of the studio north of London where the movies were made will begin on March 31.
The "Making of Harry Potter" tour will be based at Leavesden Studios, where the eight films were shot between 2001 and 2010.
Visitors will see sets, including classrooms, dormitories, the Great Hall of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, the Ministry of Magic and 4 Privet Drive - home of Harry's Muggle relatives, the Dursleys.
The tour also will include costumes, props and some of the animatronic effects used in the movies.
Warner Bros. said Thursday that tickets will go on sale Oct. 13 - at 28 pounds ($43) for adults and 21 pounds ($32) for children.
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