'Harry Potter' Fans Can Once Again Have Christmas Dinner in the Actual Hogwarts Dining Hall

Warner Bros. is making all of your childhood fantasies come true.

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This holiday season, muggles can live the Hogwarts dream.

Harry Potter super fans are invited to dine in Hogwarts' Great Hall for a real-life Yule Ball, made famous by the boy wizard himself.

For three nights this winter, December 11-13, Warner Bros. Studio Tour London is opening the doors to the set of the beloved movie series for the third year in a row. And once again, they're pulling out all the stops for guests that attend their 'Dinner in the Great Hall' (think snow-covered Christmas trees and an "orchestra of magical instruments.")

Upon arrival, Potterheads will be greeted with drinks and canapés before they're led through the doors of Hogwarts. Soon after, they'll enjoy a two-course Christmas dinner in the actual Great Hall used in the filming of J.K. Rowling's fantasy world.

Next up, fans can explore the Studio Tour including its film sets, like the Gryffindor common room and the Weasleys' kitchen at The Burrrow.

To end the otherworldly night? Accio, sugar rush.

Guests will enjoy dessert like traditional Christmas pudding with brandy sauce, chocolate and clementine bavarois or gingerbread and blueberry trifle—all while standing on debatably the most iconic train platform to ever exist, Platform 9¾.

And if that doesn't finalize your decision, every attendee will also receives their own 'chosen wand' on the way out.

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Don't get too spellbound. This is still a ticketed event—on sale October 24 at 10 a.m. for £240 (about $317) per person. But can you really put a price on childhood dreams?

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And If you really can't swing the trip on your flying broomstick, there's still no reason to be a mere muggle. Cozy up and make some homemade Butterbeer instead.

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