SLYTHERIN fans will finally be able to visit the common room of the cunning house as it opens at Warner Bros Studios later this year.
The new Harry Potter attraction will allow visitors to see the original costumes of the Malfoy Family as well as Lord Voldemort.
The common room will be a sea of green with hand-crafted tapestries telling the story of Slytherin's history.
Real props and furniture will also be included, including the large fireplace where Ron's polyjuice potion wore off in their second year at Hogwarts.
It is the first time that fans of the books and films will be able to see the Slytherin Common Room, following the successful Gryffindor Common Room attraction.
Even the Great Hall is getting a makeover, with large green banners from the ceiling celebrating a Slytherin House Cup victory.
The "A Celebration of Slytherin" attraction will run from April 3 to September 6, and will be part of the standard entry ticket.
If you can't wait until then, the studio has many other popular sets you can visit instead.
The Forbidden Forest, Platform 9 and 3/4 and Diagon Alley are just some of the other sets you can visit.
Other events include a live duel with Death Eaters while mastering the Dark Arts during Halloween as well as the Christmas-themed Hogwarts in the Snow
The Gringotts Wizarding Bank set also opened last year, with adult tickets for the Warner Bros Studio Tour London starting from £47.
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