The Making of Harry Potter tour at Leavesden is the first time that fans can – for a price – come and see the props, sets and costumes from the eight Harry Potter movies.
Everything you see in the three-hour walking tour are original and wear used for the films.
You can walk through the Great Hall, there’s the Weasley’s kitchen on display, and you can learn all about the magic behind Quidditch.
Visitors will also be impressed by the massive and intricately detailed model of Hogwarts Castle. If all the man hours were added up that went into building the model over the years, it would come to over 74 years.
STV’s Grant Lauchlan talked to two of the movies’ stars during the Moviejuice visit. So how did Rupert Grint feel to be back?
He said: “It’s very strange to see everything from this perspective as a tourist attraction, watching people come round and get excited.
“It’s great that we can celebrate all the people that don’t usually get mentioned, all the creative people behind the scenes that put all this stuff together.”
Tom Felton explained how it’s not like a theme park: “Nothing’s been created for your entertainment.
“Everything is the actual stuff – the props, the set, that’s the dust that was there! So it’s really cool, it’s got a sense of history.
“I certainly got very emotional walking through here, because this is home.”
Tom also continued about how much the intricate set and props helped when acting as a 12-year-old, and why children will be fascinated by the tour for “years to come”.