Enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime experience when you join our unique fully-guided tour at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter…
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…
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…
Join the Warner Bros. Studio London Tour and go behind the scenes and onto the sets where the Harry Potter movies were filmed. Experience the magic…
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…
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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 to visit9AM - 10PM daily.
- What is the price?Ticket prices vary.
- Will I need a guide?No
- How to get thereAfter getting the train to Watford Junction, you can take the Harry Potter double decker bus.
- Additional tips
- 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
Had an amazing time! Well worth the visit! The bus ride was comfortable, the studios were great. The time was enough.
I loved every minute of it. I would recommend this VIP-tour to every fan of the fantasy world of Harry Potter.
Really an amazing adventure. I can only recommend it to everyone. It's impressive how tiny everything seems in the studio and how huge it looks later on in the movies ;-))
At first, we thought the tickets were a little expensive, but afterwards we realized it was very well spent! The guide at the train station was really enthusiastic and helpful, and made the transportation both easy and enjoyable. He made the whole group excited for the trip. The girl who guided us inside the studios, was simply amazing! We were handed (nice quality) individual headphones, which meant we could hear her loud and clear all the time. All the stuff she knew was unbelievable, and even though we are pretty big HP-fans, she could tell us tons of things we didn't know beforehand. The possibility of going back into the studios after the tour was one of the things, that made the extra spending worthwhile. It meant that we could take the time on the tour to pay attention to the things she told, and really enjoy it. Then we could go back inside again, and take the tour in our own pace, and take as many pictures as we would like. All summed up, it was an amazing trip!
Good organisation, but a bit chaotic at the site. We thought the slot times would be handled stricter. And the time of the actual beginning of the tour was misleading. We were at the meeting point at Victoria two hours early! That was a bit annoying.