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Harry Potter & Warner Bros. Studio Tour

3.9 (27)
From $ 104.7

Experience the magic and see where the eight amazing Harry Potter films were made!  Fun for Harry Potter fans of all ages, Warner Bros. Studio gives you a behind-the-scenes look at how the films were made, including props, sets, and costumes, and includes round-trip transportation from London.  Tickets sell out at the door - book yours today!

Highlights

- Enjoy a seven-hour trip to Harry Potter and the Warner Bros. Studio
- Get a behind-the-scenes look into how the films were made 
- See the actual props & costumes from the Harry Potter movies
- Hop aboard the Hogwarts Express!
- Visit Platform 9 ¾ and pose with a luggage trolley as it disappears through the wall
- Includes guest services assistant

What can I expect?

Have you always wanted to know what went on behind the scenes on the Harry Potter set? Here is your chance to learn all the secrets on this magical Harry Potter and Warner Bros. Studio Tour. 

What's included:
The tour includes round-trip transportation by coach, an entrance ticket to Warner Bros. Studio in London, a self-guided walking tour and the opportunity to see the actual props, costumes and effects used in the Harry Potter movies. 

If you are true Harry Potter fan, then this is the tour for you! 

Upon arrival at the Warner Bros. Studio, the guest services assistant will organise your entrance ticket and guide you to the studios where you will continue on your own to enjoy a self-guided tour of the original set, props and costumes used in the Harry Potter films.

Hogwarts Express and Platform 9¾ 
Climb aboard a Hogwarts Express train car.  Pose with a luggage trolley as it disappears through the Platform 9 ¾  wall!

You'll also be able to sit in the interior train car set that was used during filming - complete with 'windows' that demonstrate the process used to create iconic train scenes from the films such as the escape of Harry's first Chocolate Frog and the Dementor attack. 

Explore the Forbidden Forest 
Experience the new exciting, permanent expansion dedicated to the Forbidden Forest.  

The Forbidden Forest may be strictly off-limits to Hogwarts students, but now visitors to Warner Bros. Studio Tour are invited to defy Professor Dumbledore’s orders and follow the footsteps of Harry, Ron and Hermione deep into the grounds of the Forbidden Forest. 

How long does the tour last? 
The tour lasts seven hours including transportation to/from London. You'll have about three to four hours at Warner Bros. Studio. 

How does it work?

How do I get my tickets? 
Shortly after your booking has been completed your e-ticket will be sent directly to your email. Simply print it out and bring it with you on your tour. 

Where does the tour begin? 
The tour starts at Evans Evans Tours at Vauxhall Bridge, Victoria Coach Station or at Trafalgar Square. Please be there 15 minutes before the tour starts. 

Where does the tour end?
The tour ends at Victoria Train Station.

Important information

- This is not a guided tour; the price includes return coach transfer and admission to Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – a self-guided attraction.

Ticket categories

Are there children's rates? 
Yes, children's rates are available for children between ages three and fifteen. Children under three are free when accompanied by a paying adult.

Opening hours

Departures from London at 08:45am, 10:30 & 1.00pm

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sat, 17 nov 2018

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Running Time: 7 hours

What’s included?

The tour includes round-trip transportation by coach, an entrance ticket to Warner Bros. Studio in London, a self-guided walking tour and the opportunity to see the actual props, costumes and effects used in the Harry Potter movies. 

If you are true Harry Potter fan, then this is the tour for you!

Opening hours

Departures from London at 08:45am, 10:30 & 1.00pm

Directions

Harry Potter & Warner Bros. Studio Tour

258 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London