Kicking off on May 3, the immersive activity lets wannabe magic folk wear robes and take part in a potions class with a difference.
Each of the 2.5-hour long sessions at The Potion Room let wizards-in-training make and drink colourful potions under the guidance of a potions master.
Forget your basic G&T, these drinks include “unicorn tears” and other magical ingredients that come in all colours of the rainbow.
And what afternoon tea session would be complete without a feast to devour?
Guests can tuck into afternoon tea spread that comes with lots of tasty savoury and sweet treats, with popping candy twists.
Highlights on the menu include warm “rock cakes” with clotted cream and homemade jam, a lemon-flavoured “hubble bubble” treat , which is served in a cauldron, and a “galaxy juice” beverage.
The interactive sessions place at bakery Cutter & Squidge, which has had its basement transformed into a classroom with desks, wands and magical creatures.
It may have a Hogwarts-esque feel, but the experience is not officially associated with the wizarding franchise.
Even so, there’s plenty here for Potter-lovers to get behind.
Tickets cost £49.50 for adults and £39.50 for children aged eight to 12, and are available from the website.
Daily sittings take place at 12pm, 3pm and 5pm from the launch date on May 3.
Get your wands at the ready!
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