The best Harry Potter Advent calendars for the biggest HP fans

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Harry Potter advent calendars

by Lily Anderson |

If you're a self-confessed Potterhead, you'll definitely be on the hunt for the best Harry Potter Advent calendars this year. The most magical time of year deserves the most magical Advent calendar, right? Right.

Luckily for you, there's guaranteed to be a huge range of calendars on sale for Christmas 2021, from chocolate to merch, jewellery, and more. Keep this piece bookmarked as the best Harry Potter calendars are released to make sure you don't miss your favourite.

Why not gift your bestie a Harry Potter Advent calendar? It's the gift that keeps on giving – literally for 25 days.

We won’t snitch on you if you share this with your friends and family, but just keep it between us Potter fans, OK?

Check out: the best Harry Potter advent calendars to buy online

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Experience the Forbidden Forest IRL

If you're an HP nut like us and have done the Studio tour twice over (or more tbh), then you'll be hyped to know that there's a Forbidden Forest Experience light trail, perfect for the holiday season.

Based at Arley Hall in Cheshire, you'll follow a luminescent pathway in the woodlands after dark and discover magical creatures and fantastic beasts from the films and books along your way. Hippogriffs, unicorns, centaurs, and Nifflers, you name it. Plus there is a shop to roam for Harry Potter goodies and a seasonally themed village where you can enjoy some wizarding-inspired grub. SIGN US UP.

Heatworld experienced the woodland walk along with other wizards, witches and muggles heading into the depths of the dark forest where we met a plethora of fantastic beasts and enjoyed some of the most iconic wizarding world moments. We took part in a wand battle and cast a spell to find our Patronus, before arriving at an enchanting Hogwarts-inspired Village that has roast dinners, fish and chips, sweets, and a blazing fire to roast marshmallows over. Tickets start from £34 for children and £46 for adults, with discounts available for family and group ticket bundles. The woodland walk lasts around 45-60mins, and is very muddy on a wet evening so dress appropriately. Food and drink are all sold separately so prepare to take extra cash!

Tickets are on sale now, where you find out more information about the experience.

Christmas present? Sorted.

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