All-New Light Projection Experience Comes to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter

All-New Light Projection Experience Comes to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter

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A powerful spell has been cast on The Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Hogsmeade. The new Dark Arts at Hogwarts Castle will debut later this year with dates to be announced at a later time.

This exciting all-new light projection experience will cast a mesmerizing display unleashing eerie creatures and villains upon the stone walls of the castle. Illuminating the darker side of the Wizarding World, this spectacle of music and lights will unleash some of the eeriest creatures and darkest wizards of the Harry Potter series, cast ominously against the stone walls of the castle.

As darkness falls on Hogwarts castle, Dementors, Death Eaters and other unspeakable creatures including Acromantula, Mountain Trolls, and Thestrals will cloak the castle in with their great presence. Eventually, the chilling visage of the Dark Lord, Voldemort, appears to close the castle’s takeover… until one of the wizarding world’s most famous defensive charms is cast.

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9 comments

  1. Julia Field

    Hello

    We are from England and will be coming to Universal at the beginning of May 2019. We have been many times before but this show sounds exciting. Will it be up and running by 4 May?

    With kind regards

    Julia and Mike Field

  2. Hello! We don’t have the starting date as of yet. Make sure to follow the link at the bottom of the post to receive all updates.

  3. Amanda

    Will this replace the nighttime lights at Hogwarts?? Or will these two light shows alternate?

  4. Kelly

    We had a great time but unfortunately the park closes far too early. 7pm?? That was ridiculous. We came to spend the whole day and travelled from another country, just to be rushed and not get to see everything we wanted to.
    Disappointed.

  5. Hi Kelly, I want to sincerely apologize if our operating hours caused you any inconveniences. We always try our best to update our website and social media channels with the park hours so our Guests can plan accordingly. Please know I documented your concerns, so they can be sent to our Resorts and Operations management teams. Thank you for taking the time to give us this feedback. I sincerely hope you consider visiting us again!

  6. Galadriel T

    Now, I will have to visit this summer!

  7. Nicky Grobbelaar

    I visited Universal Orlando last year with my daughter and have terrible withdrawal symptoms. We came from South Africa and had the time of our lives and came back home with so many wonderful memories. Thank you to all the staff who made us feel so welcome and was always so helpful. Nothing was too much trouble and they have so much enthusiasm. We had two wonderful days in the park and it was definitely not enough, I am already saving up for another and longer visit! Thank you again and keep up the great work!!!!

  8. Hi Nicky!
    It warms my heart to read that we were able to offer you a memorable experience at our resort. Thank you so much for taking the time to leave this comment. We hope to welcome you and your daughter again very soon!