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 Hogwarts
- 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
Brilliant day out
Stay Date: 07/2017, Martine D wrote this review.
Fantastic way to spend 5 hrs, watching the Harry Potter films come to life. A must for all fans but extremely enjoyable even if you aren't! Great sets, props and interactive stages. My 10 yr old loved it as did my 66 yr old mother who hasn't read any… See more
Fantastic way to spend 5 hrs, watching the Harry Potter films come to life. A must for all fans but extremely enjoyable even if you aren't! Great sets, props and interactive stages. My 10 yr old loved it as did my 66 yr old mother who hasn't read any of the books or watched the films! Collapse
Amazing Wonderful Awesome
Stay Date: 07/2017, Heather S wrote this review.
Could not have asked for more from this visit. Though we had a late start-ups we still (think we) saw everything. And it was glorious. If I could get an earlier start time I'd read more but even the 3 and a half hours covered loads and loads. The det… See more
Could not have asked for more from this visit. Though we had a late start-ups we still (think we) saw everything. And it was glorious. If I could get an earlier start time I'd read more but even the 3 and a half hours covered loads and loads. The detail, the info, the awe. Truly fantastic. Finally, try the butterbeer (I went for ice-cream) I'm sure it isn't for everyone but you might regret it if you don't give it a whirl! So very glad we went. Cannot wait to go back!! Collapse
Stay Date: 07/2017, Marisela B wrote this review.
I was today with my husband and the new attractions are so cool, you can lost it!! Just and simple amazing.....
I was today with my husband and the new attractions are so cool, you can lost it!! Just and simple amazing..... Collapse
Amazing day out and very magical
Stay Date: 07/2017, Dan P wrote this review.
It was awesome to see all of the items and sets that were used in the film, the journey they take you on is truly brilliant as well, very reasonably priced too. Got to try some butter beer which we loved. I would highly recommend.
It was awesome to see all of the items and sets that were used in the film, the journey they take you on is truly brilliant as well, very reasonably priced too. Got to try some butter beer which we loved. I would highly recommend. Collapse
Welcome to Hogwarts!
Stay Date: 07/2017, NomadGirl12 wrote this review.
I visited the "Harry Potter" film set in Leavesden, UK in July. It was fantastic! I booked the tour through Golden Tours and this included the transfer on a special "Harry Potter" bus from London, plus the entrance fee. I bought a ticket for a butte… See more
I visited the "Harry Potter" film set in Leavesden, UK in July. It was fantastic! I booked the tour through Golden Tours and this included the transfer on a special "Harry Potter" bus from London, plus the entrance fee. I bought a ticket for a butterbeer, which was extra and optional. The bus left London at 9am for entrance at 11am. I actually entered at 10:40am, so it was great! First you are greeted in a room with eight screens. A short film is shown about the film production and the aftermath showing the film openings. Then in the next room, which is set up as a theatre, a short film is shown where Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint talk about filming. After that the tour starts in the Great Hall. This is one of two large sets. The detail was amazing! Only one table is set up showing how the plates etc were placed. At the far end there are mannequins of the professors in costume showing how they stood to greet the students. After the Great Hall, you enter first part of the studio. This had a lot of sets all meshed together. By that, I mean that the outside of the Great Hall was decorated with Umbridge's plaques beside a wall of portraits with a staircase. Just one staircase was used, the others were added in post-production. Then, you can see the Gryffindor Common Room, Hagrid's Hut, the clock, Dumbledore's office and the Ministry of Magic all in the same large studio. One of my favourite sets was the Malfoy's home where the Deatheaters and Voldemort met and the lady was tortured in the Deathly Hallows. The lady who was tortured is hanging from the ceiling. It is quite impressive! The Forbidden Forest was a new attraction that recently opened. This was a small section of trees and spider webs. You are met at the entrance by Hagrid. ready to lead you through. This is a mannequin with a lamp. There is Buckbeak and of course, Aragog. It was quite creapy. I kept thinking: "A spider had better not fall on me!" The next room was the other larger set. It was Platform 9 3/4. This included the train, a train station platform, and three areas where you can take photos pushing carts through the wall. You can also go through the train car that was used for filming. I felt a bit rushed in this part, as there was limited space and a line-up of people on my heels. Not my favourite part of the tour. I wish I could have taken more time to take that set in. I bought some souvenirs at the shop there and then went to enjoy my butterbeer. After this there are some sets in the back lot outside. These included the Knight Bus, #4 Privet Drive, the Potter home in Godric's Hollow and the rickety bridge. The rickety bridge was only one section that was used during filming. The Visual Effects department added the rest of the bridge during post-production. the Art Department came next. It was amazing to see the different masks and props that were used. A gallery of paper models showed the various houses and sets in simple first-draft form. My favourite part of the tour was seeing the model of the Castle grounds. This was amazing! the details that went into the massive model were awesome! The model was the size of the entire room! I loved it! My tour allowed three hours to go through the entire set, eat something and shop at the gift store. I think, overall, that was enough time. There is so much to see, I wish I had spent more time in the first part with the actual sets. it was an amazing experience! Collapse
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