Enter the magical movie worlds of the Warner Bros. Studios on a 7-hour tour from London. Transfer by private car, and experience the magic and…
Learn behind-the-scenes secrets of making the "Harry Potter" series on a visit to the Warner Bros. Studio. See the whimsical sets, props, and…
Enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime experience when you join this unique fully-guided tour at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter…
Take the bus from central London for this magical full-day tour of the Warner Brothers Studio. Go behind the scenes of the Harry Potter film sets to…
This Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter package includes round-trip transportation from King’s Cross. You’ll have extended…
Depart London for a magical day out on the Warner Bros. Studio Tour–The Making of Harry Potter, followed by a visit to the University of Oxford. The…
Explore London through the location sets of the Harry Potter movies on a walking tour. Go to King's Cross Station to see Platform 9¾. Then travel to…
Enter the magical movie worlds of the Warner Bros. Studios on a 7-hour tour from London. Transfer by comfortable bus, and experience the magic and…
Visit the studios where the Harry Potter films were produced. Explore the Great Hall, Hagrid’s Hut and much more. Then try Butterbeer in the Backlot…
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Muggles may not be allowed inside the real Hogwarts, but Harry Potter fans will rejoice at the chance to explore the Warner Brothers Studio, where all the movies were shot. Here are five magical highlights from the Harry Potter universe that await you.
Step aboard the real Hogwarts Express steam engine used in the films and relive Harry's magical rides to Hogwarts – just for those who know how to get to Platform 9 3/4, of course.
Visit the movie sets: if you always wanted to walk across the Great Hall, snoop through Dumbledore's Office, or hang out in the Gryffindor Common Room, now's your chance!
How does Harry disappear behind the invisibility cloak? Does the Great Hall's ceiling really reflect the sky? Find out all the secrets behind the movie's magical special effects.
Over 200 magical creatures were created for the films. You'll get the chance to meet house elves and the Gringotts goblins, and to say hi to Hagrid's friends, Buckbeak and Aragog.
What would a wizard be without his robes, wands, and cauldrons? These and countless other magical items from across the series are on display.
Activity Passports are available for free from the info desk by the entrance. If you're there with kids, definitely grab one as it includes fun activities such as a Golden Snitch hunt and six passport stamps to collect throughout the studio – a great souvenir to take home!
If you're coming by public transport, take the train to Watford Junction and from there, ride the Harry Potter double decker bus to the studios. It's a more convenient way to get there than by regular transport, as it's cheap, the buses come roughly every 10 minutes, and they drop you directly at the entrance to the studios.
- When should I visit?9AM - 10PM daily.
- Is it expensive?Ticket prices vary.
- Will I need a guide?Handheld digital guides are available onsite for £4.95. For more details, please speak to staff at the collection point in the Studio Tour Lobby.
- How to get thereAfter getting the train to Watford Junction, you can take the Harry Potter double decker bus.
- Additional information
- Arrive at the site 20 minutes earlier than your designated time slot.
- Tickets are not available on site and must be bought in advance.
What people are saying about Warner Bros. Studio London
Matthew was a wonderful guide, giving lots of information on Oxford and the surrounding drive. Also gave good suggestions for free time in Oxford and good places to grab a bite. Driver was very professional and safe. Excellent tour!
I think the tour is well-organized. It was absolutely stunning, to take a walk in the Gringotts and the Diagon Alley, the Forbidden Forest and etc. I didn't think the exhibition is so big, there are even outdoor parts, where you can take a walk around the Knight Bus, the original houses, the Hogwarts wooden bridge. You can sit into the flying Ford Anglia, or take a selfie on Hagrid's bike. You can watch loads of behind-the-scenes videos and photos, robots and their electronics, masks, costumes, literally everything. I think it's not just for Harry Potter fans, but for film fanatics, who are curious about film making. It was very likable, that a few stories and "warning videos" were told by the original actors. :)
The tour itself was amazing would highly recommend. Bit of confusion regards the pick up times and entrance times could do with better clarification on your confirmation emails. I had booked for the 1.30pm entrance (bus leaving at 11.30am) when we arrived for bus was advised we had been booked on 1.30pm bus for a 3.30pm entrance. Not to bad for us as hotel was located near pick up point but would of been a nightmare had we travelled from further afield. Bus also broke down for return journey which caused delays for familys with young kids not getting back til after 9pm at night and waiting out in cold for alternative transport.
A nice calm place for prayer was provided for us, this was very thoughtful and responsible. Very amazing experience.
So much to see and such amazing quality. The guide, Emma, was brilliant. Finding the guide at Euston Station was pretty easy, although it wasn’t that clear that we were part of a City Wonders group and not a get your guide tour.