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5 Magical Moments On A London Harry Potter Tour

The boy who lived, and ignited a generation of wizards! A trip to London isn't complete without searching out a few of your favorite wizarding world places. Grab some floo powder, and find the real-life locations of Diagon Alley and other Harry Potter haunts.

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Platform 9 and 3/4

Head to King’s Cross, and push your cart and owl onto the platform just like Harry. Look for the queue of fellow First Years in the main departures hall.

The Great Hall

The enchanted dining hall--recreated at Warner Bros. Studios--was inspired by the real dining hall at Oxford’s Christ Church College.

Hogwarts Express

The real British steam locomotive (name: Olton Hall) is now a museum display at Warner Bros. Studios. All aboard for the 11 o'clock to Hogwarts!

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The Leaky Cauldron

Head to Leadenhall Market. At 42 Bull's Head Passage, you'll see a familiar-looking optician's shop (AKA: the entrance to The Leaky Cauldron!).

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The Ministry of Magic

The exterior shots for the Ministry of Magic were filmed at its rather appropriate real-life counterpart: Great Scotland Yard.

Planning Your Visit

How far away from London is the Warner Bros. Studio?

Warner Bros. Studio is located 20 miles north-west from central London, in Leavesden.

How do you get to the Warner Bros. Studio?

The closest railway station is Watford Junction, a quick 20-minute train ride from London's Euston Station. There are also plenty of shuttle buses that leave from central London. Transportation to and from London is often included in a Warner Bros Studio tour, so check out all your options before you book.

Can you take a Harry Potter tour without leaving London?

The world of Harry Potter is the world of London, meaning you can do a lot of sightseeing without ever leaving the city. Take a black cab or a night bus around town, and visit the film locations for the Ministry of Magic. And, of course, you can go to Kings Cross (a real-life train station) and take photos in front of Platform 9 and ¾.

What People Are Saying About London

Never look at Potter the same way again!

Our guide Phil was full of great information and tidbits even diehard fans don't know. You'll gain new perspective on the books and movies. A must!

Harry Potter London Walking Tour Reviewed by Juan, 06/18/2017

Great tour of London with a Harry Potter flair to keep the kids happy.

Thorough and enjoyable tour that my teen was willing to go on because of the Harry Potter theme. I was happy, though, that the Potter sites did not eliminate the historic and political sites that I wanted to see. It was a good mix. My only recommendation is to give people a map of where we've been, so we can orient ourselves easily get back to see more of the sites we liked.

Comprehensive, funny and competency. A real flavour of London.

The guide was very good, professionally perfect and really well skilled. I can come back home with a deeper knowledge of the City and the synergy with Harry Potter starring adventure.

a brilliant,hassle free and professional organisation

fabulous way to see the Harry potter tour without the hassle of getting yourself there if staying in central London. Professional and friendly staff

Great tour guide, Bus was clean and it was very organized.

Our guide was terrific. Oz was well informed at Oxford. I really appreciated the amount time we had to walk around after we listened to very interesting talk by Oz. We had no line in entering Harry Potter thanks to his getting a tickets so quickly.This was a bargain. Really wonderful day.

Harry Potter Studio Tour & Oxford Day Tour from London Reviewed by a GetYourGuide Customer, 06/02/2017