‘Harry Potter’ Fans Can Visit The Scottish Field On A Train That Looks Simply Like The Hogwarts Express

In the event that you’ve ever longed for going to Hogwarts, here’s your opportunity to get your train.

A “reality” Hogwarts Express is running among April and October to take all Potterheads on a voyage through the Scottish field, Travel Privateers announced.

Tragically, the train doesn’t withdraw from the “genuine” Stage 9 and ¾ at Lords Cross Station. Rather, the train, worked by West Coast Railroads, leaves from Stronghold William, around a two-hour drive from Glasgow, and hurries to Mallaig in the Good countries of Scotland.

Despite the fact that you’re not actually setting off to a wizarding school, the train is the organization’s well known Jacobite Steam Train, which looks a great deal like the train in the Harry Potter films. So don’t hesitate to experience your wizard dreams.

West Coast Railroads

Strangely, this isn’t the main Hogwarts Express train in the U.K. Another train, worked by the North Yorkshire Fields Chronicled Railroad Trust, additionally get travelers a Harry Potter involvement, including a stop at Goathland station, which was highlighted as “Hogsmeade Station” in the movies.

Philadelphia likewise had its very own Hogwarts Express in 2017, leaving from Jefferson Station to an uncommon Harry Potter-themed occasion.

West Coast Railroads

Obviously, in case you’re a Potterhead in Scotland, you can generally design your own, independently directed Harry Potter voyage through Edinburgh, where J.K. Rowling got a large portion of her motivation for areas in the books.

Tickets for the West Coast Railroads Hogwarts Express are $50 for a grown-up and $28 for a youngster (up to age 12), and there will be two administrations for every day from May to September. For more data, visit the West Coast Railroads site.