Magical Harry Potter Christmas theme at Rosebank Garden Centre

by | Nov 12, 2017 | Independents, News | 0 comments

A Lanarkshire garden centre have taken Christmas to a whole new level this year with their new magical festive scene.

Rosebank Garden Centre in the Clyde Valley have created a Harry Potter element to their brand new display which includes the wizard himself, Hagrid and the famous Platform 9 and 3/4.

And that is not all ?the Hogwarts Express is the main attraction with lights and a smoke machine for the steam.

The phenomenal display inspired by the JK Rowling books has been a huge hit since being unveiled last week and Rosebank posted a video of it on their Facebook page which has had over 27,000 views.

Owner Susan Forrest said they can?t believe the reaction it?s received already.

She said: ?Last year we had a Frozen theme and this year we decided to go with Harry Potter.

?The response we have had so far has been incredible. Everyone loves it and are getting lots of pictures taken next to Platform 9 and 3/4 and the Hogwarts Express!

?We are looking forward to seeing everyone at Rosebank for some festivities in the run-up to Christmas!?

The Harry Potter display is free and you can head down to Rosebank for lots of festive fun.


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