Harry Potter in Warner Bros Studio Tour London

8 September, 2014 1 Comment

Warner Bros. Studio Tour London

During your stay in London you will find different routes around the city. But one of the more success you have is the visit to the studies in which Harry Potter was filmed. Would you like to be in a visit with the Warner Bros Studio Tour London?.

In a bus that departs from the city, you arrive at the studies in which a film starring Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint welcomes you. Shortly after you will be redirected to the large dining room in which you can see one of the most striking areas of the great castle of the Harry Potter movies. Imagine what is to know details about costumes, animatronics, special effects and magical accessories of his fascinating world.

In this tour, you can walk through the Diagon Alley and look at the shop of Ollivander’s wand, among others. In addition, you can also explore Hogwarts and take photos with mythical elements as the Nimbus 2000 or the motorcycle of Hagrid, or drink a delicious butterbeer.

The tour is self-guided, so you have enough time to enjoy it. Tickets cannot be bought at the Studio, so you have to get them in advance. We recommend that you buy them online via the link at the end of the article. Tickets include the day trip and back to London.

Warner Bros. Studio is 20 miles north-west of London. You can go by public transport or in a shuttle bus service from the train station of Watford Junction. Don’t forget to arrive at least 20 minutes before the time of your visit.


  • 4 Daily visits.
  • The tour is completed in 3 and a half hours approximately.
  • Travel guide: Trip to London.

Buy your tickets in: Warner Bros Studio Tour – The Making of Harry Potter

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  1. Tammy says:

    With a BritRail England Pass you can see locations from Harry Potter’s movies: several locations in and around Oxford were used as settings for the shooting of Harry Potter movies.

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