Fans who have wanted to explore the hall of Hogwarts, fly on a broomstick or satisfy their sweet tooth in Hogsmeade will get the chance to do so in late 2009 or early 2010.

That’s when “The Wizarding World of Harry Potter,” a theme park within a theme park, is set to open at Universal Orlando Resort.

“The plans I’ve seen look incredibly exciting, and I don’t think fans of the books or films will be disappointed,“ said J.K. Rowling in a news release.

Rides, restaurants, shops and more will all give Harry Potter fans the chance to try and visit specific things from Rowling’s books and films.

“We are going to devote more time, more money, more expertise and more executive talent from throughout our entire organization and creative team - as well as from Warner Bros., our partners - to ensure that this entire environment is second-to-none,“ said Tom Williams, chairman and CEO, Universal Parks and Resorts, in a news release.

According to the Associated Press, Stuart Craig, the production designer of the "Potter" movies, is leading a design team that will make sure all the details are perfect.

A Universal employee also confirmed to the AP that some locations might be from the final unreleased "Potter" book, there would be at least one thrill ride, and fans would get a chance to meet some of the characters in some capacity.

With that final book, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” scheduled for release July 21, and only two movies to follow after “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix” is released July 11, many fans were nervous about the franchise ending.

Few probably thought they’d be able to enter it themselves.