The REAL Hogwarts Express Is Now Open At Warner Bros. Studio London

On a scale of 1 to 10, this is 9 3/4 amazing.

That means every muggle, Hufflepuff and Slytherin will have a chance to board the steam engine that appeared in the actual Harry Potter films. Squee!

The Hogwarts train is part of a new 20,000-square-foot expansion at Warner Bros. London, which "will offer a glimpse into how some of the films' most iconic scenes were created."
Visitors can explore the actual train carriage that was used during filming, as well as a recreation of Platform 9 3/4. The films' production designer, set decorator and crew also designed the new exhibit, making sure every last detail -- from the special-effects steam to the old-time prop luggage -- looked as similar to the real set as possible.
Early visitors say the station "feels real," with an "overwhelming" amount of detail. There's reportedly no shortage of photo ops, either.
All aboard!