Magical Harry Potter-themed river cruises are coming soon

Accio holiday!

If you've always wanted to whip out your wand and conjure up you and your Harry Potter obsessed mates setting sail on a luxurious cruise that calls into port at places that appeared in the Harry Potter films, then you're in luck.

Coming later this year American travel company, Barge Ladies has set up tours up and down England's Thames River for muggles looking to live out their magical fantasies.

Immerse yourself in the real-life locations with stops at Virginia Water (where Harry first meets Buckbeak in Prisoner of Azkaban), IRL Picket Post Close and 4 Privet Drive, as well as Warner Brothers Studios to see sets, costumes, and props from all the films.

Passengers will also be taken on tour to Oxford University's Christ Church College -- the buildings that inspired Hogwarts.

The fantastical barge experience is the brainchild of Stephanie Sak who told Good Morning America, "The itinerary is my baby and it has been a professional highlight to see it come to fruition."

The six-day Magna Carta river cruises, that fit up to eight passengers in four rooms, are due to begin in August of this year. But be warned, the whole boat experience will cost you a pretty penny, actually about $34,000 USD worth of pretty pennies. Worth it? Probably ;)