Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter Ticket & Hotel Deals
Warner Bros. Studio Tour London, Aerodrome Way, Hertfordshire, WD25 7LS.
- All of the boxes in Ollivanders wand shop are labelled with all of the cast and crew members' names
- The Harry Potter film series filmed at this studio for more than 10 years
- A great family-friendly attraction, perfect for all wizarding ages!
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Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter Ticket + Hotel Packages
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With a number of different packages available, Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter is a magical experience for all fans of the magical franchise who want to step into the enchanting wizarding world.
About Warner Bros. Studio Tour London
The Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter is one of London’s most popular attractions, and is a must-see attraction for fans of the magical books and films. The tour is designed to take you on a magical, behind-the-scenes journey into the world of Harry Potter, letting you into some of the closely-guarded secrets that made Harry Potter the most successful film series of all time. The three-hour tour will transport you through original sets, including the Hogwarts Great Hall, Hagrid’s Hut, the Potions Classroom, the Gryffindor Common Room, Diagon Alley, and new Forbidden Forest exhibition.
Warner Bros. Studio Tour London Highlights
- Fly your own broomstick high over Hogwart
- Step aboard the Hogwarts Express and see where your favourite characters sat
- See the original props and costumes from the film series
- Enjoy a deliciously frothy Butterbeer in the Backlot Cafe
- Marvel at the intricate 1:24 scale model of Hogwarts Castle
What Makes it Super
It’s a great day out for kids and big kids alike, and it’s any Harry Potter fan’s dream come true. With special exhibitions which change all year round, the Studio Tour is a great place for all ages to experience the wizarding world. You’ll also get the chance to find out how the creatures of Harry Potter were brought to life with green-screen technology and animatronics. The closely guarded secrets that made it the most successful film series of all time make this a fantastic day out for every Harry Potter fan. There’s also a large Studio Shop where you can stock up on all of your favourite magical sweets, books and other Harry Potter merchandise.NEW FOR 2017: Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter just got even more exciting with its new Forbidden Forest expansion. For the first time ever, you can venture deep into mysterious, off-limits territory of the Forbidden Forest and uncover many magical surprises and creatures along the way. The new expansion officially opens on 31st March 2017 and is simply a must-see for all Harry Potter fans.
Warner Bros. Studio Tour London Reviews
Must Visit This Place!!
Stay Date: 04/2017, ashford7 wrote this review.
We visited on April 10th, 2017. My kids are big fans of Harry Potter. Tickets sell out about 6 weeks ahead, so plan well in advance if you can. I purchased the tickets well in advance and they were mailed to my home. We booked to enter at 9am to … See more
We visited on April 10th, 2017. My kids are big fans of Harry Potter. Tickets sell out about 6 weeks ahead, so plan well in advance if you can. I purchased the tickets well in advance and they were mailed to my home. We booked to enter at 9am to avoid some of the crowds. The tour was fantastic. You go at your own pace. We were there for 5 hours. There is a restaurant onsite and we had lunch there. The souvenir shop at the Hogwarts Train has different items to the one at the end of the tour, so do give it a look. At the end of the tour, you pass through a large shop and if you buy anything don't forget to ask for your VAT back form. Upon entering the museum, they give you a free audio guide. The guide was very helpful. Photo ops are plentiful and the kids loved making their own movie using the "green screen!" Will definitely be back. We took the train to Watford Junction and a taxi from there. We had just missed the bus. There is a bus that runs from Watford Junction (Mullany's Coaches.) You catch the bus just outside the train station. I believe you must have your tickets already purhased in order to board the bus to the studio. We took the bus from the studio back to Watford Junction. We purchased our tickets when getting on and it cost 2 pounds each. The attraction was really wonderful, not overcrowded, just right. Collapse
Stay Date: 04/2017, James P wrote this review.
A must for Potter heads of all ages, even for those who've seen Universal's recreation. We spent four hours around the studio tour and it's entirely possible it could take you longer. There's lots to see with sets and artifacts from throughout the … See more
A must for Potter heads of all ages, even for those who've seen Universal's recreation. We spent four hours around the studio tour and it's entirely possible it could take you longer. There's lots to see with sets and artifacts from throughout the entire series. There are also lots of information boards around the place so if, like us, you don't get the audio guide you won't feel short changed. There are lots of staff scattered around the place who can help too. This is very much a studio tour so it's worth mentioning that it's not the same as Universal Orlando or California. While those are stunning recreations built for thousands of guests, this is more focused on a collection of authentic sets and items. But we found it all to be really interesting and a good opportunity to see some up close details you may have missed from the films. It's fair to say that these places always try to hit you up for money but the photo opps aren't all that expensive when compared to other places and the food and drink prices aren't that bad either. You will pay a lot more for Butterbeer though so buy it in small quantities unless you're sure you love it. From our point of view, the ice cream was a lot nicer than the drink. New for this year is the Forbidden Forest and although it's good, it is very crowded and you're encouraged through quite quickly. We enjoyed looking round it but probably would have spent longer with the spiders if we could. All in all a very good day out for Potter fans of all ages - make sure you bring your camera though! Collapse
Well worth a trip
Stay Date: 04/2017, M6095EKmichaela wrote this review.
Magical experience . Plenty to look at , read and listen to without needing the audio guide . A very visual tour with something for everyone . We spent 4 hours and could have stayed longer . Expensive but well worth it . A must for Harry Potter fans
Magical experience . Plenty to look at , read and listen to without needing the audio guide . A very visual tour with something for everyone . We spent 4 hours and could have stayed longer . Expensive but well worth it . A must for Harry Potter fans Collapse
Stay Date: 04/2017, mark b wrote this review.
Remarkable to see the efforts and detail that went into the film productions. Lots of key location sets and props. Some overwhelmingly impressive and a few that could use a screen effect or two (ie the Petronas, a mock.dog covered in lights). Overall… See more
Remarkable to see the efforts and detail that went into the film productions. Lots of key location sets and props. Some overwhelmingly impressive and a few that could use a screen effect or two (ie the Petronas, a mock.dog covered in lights). Overall a treat for fans that takes you to a place we would not normally be able to see. The gift shop on the lead out has some really good bits and pieces too. Collapse
This was Siriusly Fabulous!
Stay Date: 03/2017, Harrison G wrote this review.
I tried to post a review of the Harry Potter tour when I went recently. But for some reason, it didn't publish, so I am going to post this again to express my satisfaction of this place! We arrived at the tour early, so to kill time we had lunch in … See more
I tried to post a review of the Harry Potter tour when I went recently. But for some reason, it didn't publish, so I am going to post this again to express my satisfaction of this place! We arrived at the tour early, so to kill time we had lunch in the Studio Café. Very busy, but it is an attraction so what do you expect. I had a hot dog. It was good, but I tried one of my dads chicken goujons which I found better. Overall, the total cost of our lunch turned out to be over £20.00. I didn't mind this as much because I was starving so I would of done anything to eat. Studio Café, I rate you 4.5/5. Next, we qued in a line to actually get into the tour. This didn't take long, and there was interesting facts along the way about how JK. Rowling came up with the idea of the books, and where he wrote them. We also see the cupboard under the stairs where Harry slept. After that, we move on the watch a video about what the tour will consist of. After the video concluded, there was a grand opening the Great Hall. I personally really found that quite clever. I walked around in the great hall getting pictures of the tables and the staff. Many people will find this interesting. You don't get long in the great hall, so make sure you look carefully so then you're prepared for the next bit of the tour. After the great hall, everything happens. You see costumes, props, facts, and many more. You also have the opportunity to get a picture of you riding a broom. You see the Weasley's Kitchen, Dolores Umbridges office, the Ministry of magic, the chamber of secrets, Gryffindor common room etc. Once you have wondered around getting photographs, you get to go onto the train platform and get a picture of you near platform nine and three quarters. You can go on the train and see where they filmed. There is also a gift shop where you can buy merchandise ONLY related to the Hogwarts Express. You can see Privet Drive, and also a big 3D sculpture of Hogwarts. Once you have finished the whole tour, there is a gift shop at the end. I do agree this gift shop is expansive but the quality of the products are really high. Coincidentally, my name is Harrison and Harry has the same first letter so I bought a jumper with a big H on it which Harry wore on Christmas Day. I overall enjoyed the tour and I will recommend this attraction to anyone and everything. Thank you Warner Bros, for creating amazing films and also making my time at London special. Will be back! Collapse
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