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, the Harry Potter Studio Tour 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 of 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 and Diagon Alley.
Warner Bros. Studio Tour London Highlights
- Fly your own broomstick high over Hogwarts and catch the golden snitch in your first Quidditch game
- 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 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.
Warner Bros. Studio Tour London Reviews
Amazing day out for all Harry Potter fans but at times spoilt by the feeling I was at the zoo!
Stay Date: 01/2017, Annalisa D wrote this review.
My first trip was 4 years ago and we was so overwhelmed with the splenda, that I was thoroughly looking forward to returning with my family today to take it all in again and see what I may have missed the first time. Of course I was aware of the add… See more
My first trip was 4 years ago and we was so overwhelmed with the splenda, that I was thoroughly looking forward to returning with my family today to take it all in again and see what I may have missed the first time. Of course I was aware of the addition of the amazing train which looked spectacular at the station. There was a few new stage sets and arrangement of props etc that meant it was most enjoyable the second time. HOWEVER I was so disappointed with the sheer number of school trips allowed through In the space of 3 hrs. I don't recall any classes 4 years ago which I understand now provides a great revenue for the company but the children were unruly, pushed my 2 year old son around to get somewhere before him, loud and rude. I generally felt I had left this wonderful experience to be at a common school trip to a zoo which you come to expect but I was not expecting it today. There was more school trips then tourists and visitors and it really took away the special magical feel it brings at times. Whilst I appreciate some children were well behaved and interested, some wanted to run around and mess on, whilst the under staffed teacher/parent ratio was unable to control the rude ones. One pushed my son bringing him to tears because they had to get to the car first. Whilst a parent or teacher was more preoccupied with getting pictures then seeing the trauma unfold. This was a special trip for us having to save the money up and I really did not feel these children understood this wasn't just a common zoo trip for the day. For us this was very important. I feel the company should control the number of schools a bit more or emphasise to the school on arrival that the visitors here have paid a great deal and this isn't a mess on. I don't recall hearing any actual teaching going on whilst I was there so not sure if this was just a jolly day out or there was going to be some actual literature homework! That aside I hope to lose that element from my memory and dwell that it is in fact a lovely day out and has come on leaps and bounds in the 4 years since I'd last been. Collapse
Stay Date: 01/2017, Rebecca E wrote this review.
My husband and I visited the studio on our visit to London and we loved it and it was very good value for money. We had lots of fun and would highly recommend going if you are in the area and big Harry Potter fan.
My husband and I visited the studio on our visit to London and we loved it and it was very good value for money. We had lots of fun and would highly recommend going if you are in the area and big Harry Potter fan. Collapse
Stay Date: 01/2017, YeYe S wrote this review.
This was the second time I visit WBSTL - Making of Harry Potter, the first time was in 2015 and this year they changed a lot of things in the main room and it's magical, I'm in love with this place in special when is winter and everything is decorate… See more
This was the second time I visit WBSTL - Making of Harry Potter, the first time was in 2015 and this year they changed a lot of things in the main room and it's magical, I'm in love with this place in special when is winter and everything is decorated so beautiful. Collapse
Fun for all ages
Stay Date: 01/2017, Claire B wrote this review.
Overall sound fully recommend to anyone. The set was breath taking and was reasonable priced at the cafes through out although we were surprised that had we been prepared you are allowed to take your own food and drink. Staff were all very helpful. … See more
Overall sound fully recommend to anyone. The set was breath taking and was reasonable priced at the cafes through out although we were surprised that had we been prepared you are allowed to take your own food and drink. Staff were all very helpful. Only down side was the golden tours bus driver going to the tour..... He practically begged for tips at the end of the journey, not pleasant to listen too and made to feel very uncomfortable. Highly recommended this tour. Collapse
Stay Date: 12/2016, Worzel2014 wrote this review.
Firstly, DO NOT go if you want to keep the magic of how Harry Potter was made a secret. BUT, if you are considering going, why on earth are you reading reviews?!! OK, with that out of the way, its 'mazeballs! These are the ACTUAL sets and myriad prop… See more
Firstly, DO NOT go if you want to keep the magic of how Harry Potter was made a secret. BUT, if you are considering going, why on earth are you reading reviews?!! OK, with that out of the way, its 'mazeballs! These are the ACTUAL sets and myriad props used in all the movies. The Great Hall, Dumbledore's office, the Hogwarts Express - really, right down to the Snitch. Costumes, wands here, there and everywhere. There are tricks and explanations for the "magic", there are brooms to ride, the flying car to sit in, and lots more - so much to see. You have to book a time-slot and walk-ups are highly inadvisable, also when you are at the start of the tour (which isn't really a "tour" as such) you might think its crowded, but there is lots of space inside and you can then move around at your own pace. The restaurant is cunningly (commercially?) placed at the mid-point of the Tour and they do sell Butterbeer, but whilst everyone else thought it tasty, I thought is was quite awful, still that's just me, I suppose. Towards the end you turn a corner and, just WOW! (I'll not spoil it). All such activities end up depositing you in the gift shop at the end where there are acres of things to buy, so unless you are very strong-willed, plain skint, or go with kids that can say "no" (do they exist?) take plenty of cash! Plan for at least 3 hours, maybe the whole day if you really are a fan and dress as a Hogwarts pupil if you wish - lots do! Collapse
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