New York has one of the biggest stores in the world, we’re home to Harry Potter and Cursed Child and now we’ll soon be home to “Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience.”
“Harry Potter: A Forbidden Forest Experience” will take over the grounds of Westchester County’s Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park inspired by the beloved Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts series, according to Thrillist.
Standard admission includes standard entry to the forest trail inspired by the wizarding world + access to the Village where you can find magical food and drink to add to your experience ($56-65-75). Tickets available are Adult (ages 16+) Child (ages 5–15) Family Bundle (min. 3 people, of which max. 2 adults) and Group Bundle (min. 8 people). The experience is starting in October but the entire month is already sold out and November and December are limited tickets. Add a parking spot to your order for $8 online/$10 in person.
All ages are welcome and the estimated duration is approx. 60–90 minutes through FDR State Park. “As the days get shorter and the nights grow longer, enchanting creatures and magical beasts inspired by the Wizarding World come to life in a spellbinding Forbidden Forest. Now is your chance to see these curious inhabitants illuminated! Embark on a bewitching journey through a misty forest trail full of magic and wonder, and discover unexpected surprises around every corner. Ready your wand and cast spells, come face-to-face with Hippogriffs and Centaurs, and experience breathtaking moments based on scenes from the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films. After all the excitement, an enchanting village will welcome you with warm food and a blazing fire.”