Harry Potter and Halloween both have some pretty hardcore fans. So when these worlds converge, it’s sure to be a spooky, spellbinding occasion.

Warner Bros. Studio Tour London—The Making of Harry Potter is hosting a series of Halloween-themed “Hogwarts After Dark” events this October, according to Travel + Leisure. Guests will be treated to a two-course meal with drinks—plus dessert and butterbeer—inside the actual Great Hall that appeared in the movies. The room will be decorated with over 100 enchanted floating pumpkins, cauldrons, and other original film props.

After that, guests will be led to the Forbidden Forest for dessert, where they’ll rub shoulders (figuratively speaking) with Buckbeak the Hippogriff and Aragog the Acromantula. Don’t be surprised if you see some Death Eaters roaming around, too—they'll be dressed in original costumes and masks from the movie.

Warner Bros. Studio Tour London—The Making of Harry Potter

After dinner, guests will be led through the studio to see the Gryffindor common room, the Weasley family’s kitchen, and the dimly lit Diagon Alley. They’ll also have the chance to learn some wizarding combat tactics from Paul Harris, who boasts the impressive title of Wand Choreographer.

The Hogwarts After Dark events will be held October 26-28, from 7:30 p.m. to midnight, and are only open to individuals age 18 years or older. Tickets cost about $300 per person and go on sale August 28; they must be pre-booked on the studio's website.

Separate costume events will also be held on October 6 and October 7. And if you can’t make it to any of those events, you’ll still have the chance to see Death Eaters and floating pumpkins during one of the studio’s Dark Arts tours, which will be held from September 28 to November 10.

[h/t Travel + Leisure]