I loved this so much especially by the fact it was decorated with everything all Christmas like! I love Harry Potter so much and this increased the amount of Harry Potter I liked.
Located on the outskirts of London, Warner Bros. Studio is home to a treasure trove of Harry Potter film sets, costumes, props, and other special mementos. On this tour, climb aboard a comfortable coach at a time of your choosing and head straight there. You’ll have three hours to independently explore the exhibits, take photos, browse the gift shop, and even enjoy a glass of butterbeer (at your own expense).
Your tour begins at the Victoria Coach Station in central London. Instead of worrying about finding your own way to Warner Bros. Studio, pick from one of several departure times and a comfortable coach will whisk you straight there.
Upon arrival, you’ll have three hours to explore at your leisure. Harry Potter fans can follow in the footsteps of the Boy Who Lived on a tour of the studio’s film sets, from Diagon Alley and Platform 9 ¾ to the Forbidden Forest and Great Hall. You’ll also see famous props from the films, costumes worn by the actors, and will learn about the special effects used to make everything from the Whomping Willow to the Invisibility Cloak come to life.
Wind down in the gift shop, where you can pick up magical mementos, or order a frothy butterbeer (own expense). Then, board your bus and return directly to Victoria Coach Station.
My girlfriend loves harry potter, which is why we booked this, but it can take up an entire day. We went through the exhibit fast because we only had 3 days in London. this tour was really cool, but could 100% take up an entire...More
A magical tour enjoyed by all of the family. We got the train from Euston station to Watford. Directly outside Watford station we hopped onto the studio shuttle bus for a very small charge. Took us directly to studio where we could spend as long...More
Did the tour and was blown away , amazing behind the scenes info and the sets. It was really good to see everything and enjoy a butter beer. The last exhibit was breathtaking and bought a tear to my eye . Definately worth a visit