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Guests will also be able to discover the costumes of the goblin bankers, including the prosthetics - each individually taking weeks to be made. The studio have revealed that actor Warwick Davis took a total of four hours to be transformed into a goblin, featuring black contact lenses and sharp teeth. Warwick, as well as James and Oliver Phelps (the Weasley twins), gained the first look at the attraction.Imagine: Warner Bros. Studio Tour London FacebookImagine: Warner Bros. Studio Tour London Facebook
Another aspect to the new addition is the famous Lestrange Vault, storing treasures including the Sword of Gryffindor and Helga Hufflepuff's Cup (one of Voldemort's Horcux) which Harry and friends track down to destroy. Visitors will have a great photo opportunity here, surrounding themselves with the depths of treasure in the Vault. In the filming of this scene, over 38,000 pieces were created - this included 7,014 Hufflepuff Cups.
For true Potter fans, you'll be pleased to know that many original crew members have been apart of the design process for this new expansion. This includes Oscar® and BAFTA winning Production Designer Stuart Craig, Construction Manager Paul Hayes and Head Propmaker Pierre Bohanna.
When: The attraction will be available for visitors from April 6th 2019
Transfer Time: Just over an hour drive away from Essex.
More info: wbstudiotour.co.uk/gringotts
Call: 0345 084 0900