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The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Concept Art – Ride Design Warehouse

See below for The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Concept Art. The seventh Island at Universal’s Islands of Adventure, the area opened in 2010, and features attractions and locations from the Harry Potter franchise. Credited with attracting a 29% attendance boost at the Park in 2011, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter has been critically acclaimed since its opening by both Theme Park fans and general guests alike. The major e-ticket in the area is Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey, which utilizes KUKA arm technology, and features 3D and physical elements to create a thrilling ride through the World of Harry Potter. The area also features a recreation of Hogsmeade Village, containing many retail and dining locations from the franchise. Duellings Dragons and the Flying Unicorn, both part of the Lost Continent, were re-themed to become Dragon Challenge and Flight of the Hippogriff respectively.

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Concept Art

A concept of Hogsmeade Village, the retail and dining portion of the Wizarding World.

Flight of the Hippogriff Concept Art

A concept showing Flight of the Hippogriff, a re-theme of the Flying Unicorn.

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Concept Art

A concept showing Hogsmeade Village, with Hogwarts Castle in the background.

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Concept Art

A concept showing a dining location in the Wizarding World.

Three Broomsticks Concept Art

A concept showing the Three Broomsticks, one of the dining locations in Hogsmeade Village.

Honeyduke's Concept Art

A concept showing Honeyduke’s Sweet Shop in Hogsmeade.

Hogwarts Concept Art

Concept art showing Hogwarts Castle, the facade which stands in front of the Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey show building.

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