The Narnia Experience is set to return to Liverpool this week ?and we鈥檝e been given a sneak peek of what visitors can expect.
Mr Tumnus, Mrs Beaver, Aslan and the White Witch are among the famous characters that people will encounter if they dare to step through the wardrobe in St George鈥檚 Hall.
The Great Hall has been transformed to take visitors on a journey through the White Forest and across the land of Narnia in a large-scale, immersive and interactive trail.
In Another Place is the team behind the huge undertaking, which involves around 500 volunteers, including a 90-strong cast with speaking roles, and 100 statues.
It鈥檚 the third time organisers have staged the popular The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe-inspired trail at the grade I listed Lime Street landmark ?after successful productions in 2011 and 2013.
Like the Pevensie children in the C S Lewis story, visitors 鈥榓rrive鈥?at Paddington station where they are met by housekeeper Mrs Mcacready.
They will be led in to the magical land of Narnia by the dryads in groups of up to 40 at a time, before being split up to follow different paths.
More than 100 people have been involving in building the set, which has 65 real pine trees, while an autumn wood includes leaves collected several months ago, carefully pressed and then attached on branches individually by hand.
You will get the chance to see inside the carefully-decorated homes of Mr Tumnus and Mrs Beaver, while a portrait of Aslan in the study of the Professor has been specially painted for the production.
More than 30 school choirs and 10 community choirs will also be involved in the event on certain days.