Fans will be able to experience the film's fictional world from 10am to 6pm on 19 September, the day before its world premiere in nearby Leicester Square.
As visitors walk under tent canopies and through tropical gateways they will come into contact with a number of themed characters and activities.
These include Blackbeard’s Pirate Training Tent, which will feature a pirate school, green screen booth and pirate graffiti wall. Face painting and temporary tattoos will be available, and guests will be able to take part in map and telescope making.
Pan’s Warrior Tent promises a range of activities including drumming lessons, panpipes and musical crafts, headdress making, face painting and a colour explosion painting experience.
Those who pay a visit to Tiger Lily’s Kingdom Making area will have the chance to decorate fairy wings, visit the fairy makeover zone, pan for pixie crystals and play with bubbles.
Complete with masts, rigging and a large screen, the Jolly Roger Stage in the centre of Neverland will host live performances throughout the day, as well as announce upcoming activities.
On Monday (7 September) Warner Bros Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter announced that it would host a one-off Christmas party in December.