09:53 28 April 2011
Sorcery, swords and swashbuckling adventure has come to the Midlands, as FremantleMedia Enterprises, in collaboration with Warwick Castle, opens Merlin: The Dragon Tower attraction at Warwick Castle.
Based on the hit BBC One family drama, it is the first ever experience inspired by the show.
Merlin tells the story of the young wizard as he struggles to survive in a kingdom where magic is banned and he must protect Camelot and aide Arthur to fulfil his true destiny.
Tim Harrison-Jones, General Manager of Warwick Castle, said:
"This will be an exceptional visitor attraction, completely in keeping with our reputation as Britains ultimate castle and designed to wow visitors young and old.
"We are the first attraction globally to have the rights to use the Merlin brand and it will be perfectly executed.
"We want people to feel as though they are walking into the TV show or stepping back in time to a world of wizardry and wonderment."
A fourth series of Merlin has been commissioned by the BBC and will go into production in March 2011.
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