The autumn getaway to experience: Harry Potter's Forbidden Forest

It's worth traveling a bit!

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The autumn getaway to experience: Harry Potter's Forbidden Forest

If you are a fan of Harry Potter, there is no doubt that the idea of immersing yourself in the universe of the famous wizard will tempt you! To do this, you will have to travel a bit, but it is worth it!

Once again this year, it will be possible to explore the Forbidden Forest. This is the outing to plan for this autumn!

This magical journey is possible in the state of New York and in Texas. The journey is like the popular series that marked our childhood!

It allows you to go behind Hagrid's cabin, which is accessible from the Hogwarts park. The further you go into the forest, the scarier it gets!

The trees come closer, the light decreases, thorny plants appear, and darkness appears even during the day.

Venturing into these strange places, you may encounter a herd of Hippogriffs, blood-drinking goblins, werewolves, bowtruckles, thestrals, and a multitude of creatures from this supernatural world.

The scenery is worthy of the famous films based on J.K Rowling's works and includes impressive interactive elements and sound and light effects.

Whether you are Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, or Slytherin, you can use a magic wand, cast spells, and even create a Patronus, like a good Hogwarts student.

This fantastic forest will welcome visitors from October 28, 2023, to January 14, 2024, from 5:45 pm to 11 pm. It will take place in Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park in Westchester (New York) and in Little Elm Park (Texas).

Crossing the forest takes up to 90 minutes, and then you can access the village of Hogwarts. Access includes discovering the Forbidden Forest and enjoying food and drink in the village.

Cost: starting from $72 US + fees


  • Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park, 2957 Crompond Road, Yorktown Heights, New York 10598
  • Little Elm Park, 701 W Eldorado Pkwy, Little Elm, TX 75068

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