The Wizarding World of Harry Potter has come to Beijing, with the grand opening of the new Universal Beijing Resort on the 20th September.

With the opening of the brand-new Universal Studios Beijing, fans of the Wizarding World can step into the magic for the first time in China with this new experience – packed full of attractions, restaurants, shops, entertainment and more.

Why not take a walk through the iconic streets of Hogsmeade and admire the snow-capped buildings? You could take a trip to Ollivanders – where the wand chooses the wizard.


Or you could explore the iconic Hogwarts Castle itself – as you and your friends and family walk through the famous corridors, classrooms and passageways.

If you fancy something a little more thrill-seeking, you could take a trip around Hogwarts and soar above the castle grounds on the fantastic Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey ride. Here you will join Harry Potter and his friends on an unforgettably exciting adventure.

And who can forget The Nighttime Lights at Hogwarts Castle? Watch in awe from Hogsmeade Village as the four houses are celebrated in a stunning display of lights and music – projected against the majestic backdrop of Hogwarts Castle.


For those of you who want to purchase some souvenirs you will find everything you need within the land. There’s even a Honeydukes which is bursting with treats!

You might wish to stop off at Hogsmeade Station, where you can find Platform 9 ¾ branded items – from mugs to apparel to jewellery and so much more. Or have a browse around Dervish and Banges and take home some excellent magical items from a pair of excellent Spectrespecs to a snappy copy of The Monster Book of Monsters. For budding Quidditch stars, you can even walk away with your very own Firebolt!


After a busy day exploring the attractions and buying a whole heap of goodies, you can take a moment to relax at the famous Three Broomsticks.

So, experience the magic of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in all its glory now open at Universal Studios Beijing.