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Step on to authentic sets, discover the magic behind spellbinding special effects and explore the behind-the-scenes secrets of the Harry Potter film series. Tread the original stone floor of the iconic Hogwarts Great Hall, encounter animatronic...more
All reviews gift shop watford junction behind the scenes own pace special effects shuttle bus magical experience attention to detail hogwarts express time slot worth every penny short film take your time audio guide three hours whole experience we spent hours
I went as a parent of H/P fans expecting to be shown loads of left over large stage sets and articles from the films to feed the ever popular craving and make a few quid.Well? how wrong was I- I won't spoil the surprise but...More
Had been looking forward to visiting for years, and finally had the chance. Was not disappointed. Brilliant time, and if you have kids, they'll go nuts. They can even battle death eaters out in the courtyard. A must see, even if you're not a Potter...More
My 5th visit and it just gets better everytime. See the great hall, the costumes, the boys dormetry, dumbledores office, Hogwarts express, privet drive, the knight bus, forbidden Forrest, diagon alley and much much more . Take your own food and drink as there is...More
Went with husband and 10 year old daughter. Really good and enjoyable. Lots of scenes and objects from the films. I don't think the digital guides are worth the money in English as there are lots of signs which give the same info.
We took the train from euston to watford junction which takes about 20 mins ..once your at Watford junction you take the Harry potter tour bus which runs every 15 mins from outside the station and there are tour guides there... More
We took the train from euston to watford junction which takes about 20 mins ..once your at Watford junction you take the Harry potter tour bus which runs every 15 mins from outside the station and there are tour guides there to assist with queries . The bus was £2.50 return and takes about 20 mins to get to studio ..you don't notice the queues as the tour has scheduled start times