Harry Potter museum planned

November 8th, 2010

A 'Harry Potter' museum is to be created in the UK.

The film series - which tell the tale of boy wizard Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) and his experiences at a magic school Hogwarts - is to be the focus of a new visitor centre being created by Warner Bros. who are to announce a permanent based in the UK at Leavesden.

The space will allow people to have tours of the sets of the movie, as well as other films including Batman movie 'The Dark Knight'.

Warner Bros. will announce on Wednesday (10.11.10) it is to take over the studio in Hertfordshire and will open the new £100 million complex in 2012.

Warner boss Barry Meyer said: "The plan demonstrates our long-term commitment to, and confidence in, the skills and creativity of the UK film industry."

In addition to the film set displays, the studio will also house production services for prosthetics, animatronics and external shooting areas.