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Immerse yourself in the spellbinding world of Harry Potter™ on this trip to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London. Travel to the fabled Harry Potter studios by air-conditioned coach from central London, and on arrival, trace the footsteps of Hogwarts’ student wizards at leisure. Behold original sets such as Platform 9 ¾ and Diagon Alley; see the Hogwarts Express steam train; ride a broomstick like the cast; and uncover the behind-the-scenes secrets of the movies’ on-screen wizardry. This Harry Potter studio London tour includes round-trip coach transport and entrance tickets.
Admission to Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
Step into the magical world of Harry Potter and see original sets, props, and costumes
Walk down Diagon Alley and see shop fronts such as Ollivanders wand shop and Gringotts Bank
Snap photos of Platform 9 ¾ and see steam billowing from the original Hogwarts Express
Explore Dumbledore’s office and discover never-before-seen treasures
Learn how J.K. Rowling's books were brought to life on screen using special effects, animatronics, and life-sized models
Why Travelers Choose This Tour
Numerous daily departure times are available, making this tour a flexible option for Harry Potter fans.
Select your desired departure time when booking. Then, on the day, depart central London by air-conditioned coach and ride to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter.
Pull up at the studios and go inside to explore the spectacular sets used in the much-loved Harry Potter movies.
Enjoy free time to stroll around as you wish. View some of the beautifully crafted costumes and props—such as Hagrid’s motorbike—that were used to bring J.K. Rowling’s stories to vivid on-screen life.
Unravel the behind-the-scenes secrets of many of the special effects and marvel at the animatronics that made sets such as Dumbledore’s office and the Great Hall so spellbinding. Come face to face with the fabled Platform 9 ¾, and snap pictures of the baggage trolley as it vanishes through the platform wall. See the Hogwarts Express steam train, browse the potion shops along cobbled Diagon Alley, and experience the green-screen technology used in the movies with a brief ride on a broomstick, just like the cast.
Other must-sees include Hagrid’s Hut and the Gryffindor common room. And while you’re here, perhaps take time out to snap up the movie-themed souvenirs (own expense) at the gift shop as mementos of your visit.
After your visit, join back up with your coach and conclude with a drop-off at the original start point.
Visit to Harry Potter Warner Bros Studios, Watford
, Feb 2020
The entire trip from the time we boarded the bus at Victoria Coach Station to when we were dropped back off was excellent - The driver was entertaining, and provided interesting snippets of information along the way.
We had sufficient time at the Studios to walk around and see everything and finished off at the Shop and had a well paced late lunch before we boarded the bus to head back.
what we have seen was nice, but we didn't had enough time for the last station and in the end we has to run... we also had no time to eat drink a butterbeer and with the waiting in the row, we just had 3,5 hour for seeing everything... and we need a minimum 5 hours for the butterbeer and the Hogwarts Express and the Hogwarts model
The tour itself was amazing. I’m not sure if you weren’t a Harry Potter fan, whether it’s be worth the cost. Our booking included bus transfers to and from Warner Brothers. My only complaint is that the tour operators didn’t give us enough time. We could definitely have done with an additional hour if not more. We will definitely go back to the tour again but next time organise our own transport so we don’t have to rush. Highly recommend.
As long as you remember this is not a Universal fun ride the experience of discovering how the sets were constructed, the engineering aspects, a close up of actual props made, the experience was fantastic. The staff were very friendly, you could stroll at your own pace, half way round was a snack area, and yes you can get butter beer. toilets were readily accessible. Probably not for little children, but will be enjoyable for those old enough to have an understanding of the films or books. Worth going, make sure your memory card is empty and battery charged.