Universal's creative team worked with Stuart Craig, the set designer from the
films, to immerse guests in the pivotal scene from the final Harry Potter book and film where Harry, Ron and Hermione break into one of the most guarded places in the wizarding world–Gringotts bank.
Features of the fully immersive ride include the 60-foot, fire-breathing Ukrainian Ironbelly dragon atop Gringotts Wizarding Bank, a tour of Gringotts bank featuring the marble hall with the goblins hard at work, a race through the labyrinth of underground Gringotts vaults and an encounter with He Who Must Not Be Named.
"Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts will change the way you think about theme park attractions," says Mark Woodbury, president, Universal Creative. "We've created an entirely
An opening date for the ride has not yet been announced.
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