Brace yourselves, Muggles! Warner Bros. has purchased Leavesden Studios in Hertfordshire, England-- the place where all the Harry Potter films were produced -- and will be opening a Harry Potter attraction there in 2012.
There aren't too many details on the wizard-themed destination, but we know it's going to be huge. According to the Watford Observer, the site will offer tours of the old Harry Potter film sets after Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows wraps later this year. It will be big enough to accommodate up to 5,000 visitors per day, so we know Warner Bros. has big plans.
Leavesden Studios used to be a place were aircrafts were built during World War II. Now it's one of the only places in the U.K. where large scale productions can be made. Warner Bros. will spend over $153 million to redevelop site, making it their European headquarters and creating hundreds of jobs.
Do you think the Leavesden Studios attraction will be better than The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando? What is the first thing you'd want to see on the film sets? %Poll-45119%