Harry Potter Studio Tour from London

Harry Potter Studio Tour from London

Warner Bros Studios & London Walking Tour Full-day Guided Entrance included: Warner Bros Studio Tour - The Making of Harry Potter Small Group Tour (max 25 people)

From £145

Harry Potter Studio & Walking Tour of London Film Locations

Get ready to have a magical day exploring the wizarding world of Harry Potter! This tour includes a fully guided walking tour of many of the London locations where memorable parts of the films were shot, such as Lambeth Bridge, where the Knight Bus was shown squeezing between 2 buses, & Great Scotland Yard, the entrance to the Ministry of Magic. You will also get to visit the Warner Bros Harry Potter Studios, where entrance is included as well as transport from London to the studios in Leavesden and back. Experience the film sets that the actors used for many years and see all the special effects, costumes & make-up that went into the making of the unforgettable world of the Harry Potter films.

Iconic Landmarks

See the real-life locations where many memorable scenes of the Harry Potter films were shot in London.

Guided Tour

Enjoy the walking tour with one of our friendly, knowledgeable tour guides, helping bring to life the magical world of Harry Potter as you wander through the London sites.

An Unique Experience

We have crafted & refined our tours with a personal touch over the past 25+ years to offer you an extraordinary day out.

Luxury Coach

We use our own luxury minibuses & coaches for transport, which are designed with your comfort and safety in mind.

Payment Options

We accept most major card types for online payments. We also accept payment by card over the phone or cash to our central London office.

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*This is a sample itinerary only, as actual timings vary depending on the date

09:30 - Meet at Leicester Square
This is where we meet the tour guide and start our walking tour of London film locations that were used in the Harry Potter films. The walking tour will take you around the sites near Leicester Square & Piccadilly Circus as well as many more (we want to keep some of them as surprises on the day).
11:00 - Lambeth Bridge to Southwark
We meet the coach for a short transfer south of the Thames to continue our walking tour past the Millennium Bridge & into Borough Market. We also visit the unique Leadenhall Market, which was used as Diagon Alley in the first film.
13:30 - Depart London
We depart central London & make our way to the Warner Bros Harry Potter Studios in Leavesden.
15:30 - Warner Bros Studio Tour Entry
We arrive at the Warner Bros Studio Tour – The Making of Harry Potter in good time for our 15:30 timed entry (entrance is included). You’ll have at least 3 hours to explore the studios & gift shop independently before meeting the coach for the journey back to London.
18:30 - Depart Harry Potter Studios
This is our approximate departure time from the studios to make our way back to London. Timings can vary, so kindly pay attention to your tour guide on the day with regards to meeting times.
20:00-20:30 - Drop-off in Central London
This tour usually ends at Kings Cross Station to give everyone a chance to see Platform 9 3/4 to round off our Harry Potter-themed day.
The Magic of Harry Potter Tour
From £135/child
  • Return Luxury Coach Travel from London
  • London Walking Tour of Harry Potter Film Locations
  • Warner Bros Harry Potter Studio Tour Entrance
  • Tour Guide

Harry Potter Studio Tour with Walking Tour and transport, from London

Join the Magic with our Harry Potter Studio Tour

Experience the spellbinding world of wizardry right here in the heart of the city. Dive into the magic and secrets behind your favourite scenes with our **Harry Potter Studio Tour**.


Ever wondered where the Diagon Alley scenes were filmed? Or which London building inspired the Ministry of Magic? Our expert guide will reveal these magical spots during our enchanting walking tour before popping you on one of our comfy air-coned coaches and whisking you off to the official Harry potter studios just outside of London.


Relive the wonder, explore the sets, and even enjoy a butterbeer or two. With us, you’ll have plenty of time to browse, shop, and immerse yourself in the magic of the studios.

Make your magical dreams come true

Don’t miss out on the most enchanting journey in the city. Choose us for the ultimate *Harry Potter Studio tour experience*. Let the magic begin!

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What others have said about the tour:

Emma R
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This was literally the best tour I’ve done in London. Sophie our guide was fantastic and really enthusiastic I’m not sure there’s anything Harry Potter she didn’t know. Harry Potter Studios was amazing, and well worth a visit there’s so much to see and so much detail in the sets. I wish they made one for every film. The tour company were brilliant and answered the phone straight away when I was lost. Would definitely travel with them again

How did they film Harry Potter?

As Harry Potter was a magical world, a large part of the set for Harry Potter had to be created in Studio. The series was filmed over 10 years at Leavesden studios, just outside of London in the UK. Most of the set still remains and Harry Potter Studios is now an attraction open to the public.

You can see real sets from the movies like The Great Hall, Gringotts Bank, and Dumbledore’s office. Plus, check out drawings, small models, and props used in the films. You’ll also get to watch videos that show how computer tricks made the magic look real!


You can visit Harry Potter Studios from London on our Harry

Potter studios tour which includes a Harry Potter Walking tour and a coach journey to Harry Potter Studios from Kings Cross.


What can I see at Harry Potter Studios? (Pictures with everything in)


  1. The Great Hall

Walk into the grandeur of the actual Great Hall, where many iconic scenes were filmed, from Sorting Ceremonies to the Yule Ball.


  1. Forbidden Forest

Venture into the recreated forest, encountering magical creatures like Aragog the giant spider and Buckbeak the Hippogriff.


  1. Diagon Alley

Stroll down the magical shopping street with its cobbled pathways and detailed storefronts, including Ollivanders, Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes, and Gringotts Wizarding Bank.


  1. Gringotts Wizarding Bank

Experience the grand marble hall of the bank and venture into the Lestrange vault. There’s also a section that has been turned into a dramatic set complete with lighting effects to recreate the scene from “Deathly Hallows Part 2” when the dragon wreaks havoc.


  1. The Backlot

Walk around the exterior sets including Privet Drive, the Knight Bus, and the rickety wooden Hogwarts bridge.


  1. Creature Effects

See the magic behind the animatronics and prosthetics of the series, from Fawkes the phoenix to the Gringotts goblins.


  1. Dumbledore’s Office

Marvel at the intricate details of the headmaster’s study, from the portraits of past headmasters to the magical instruments and gadgets.


  1. The Art Department

Discover the concept art, models, and graphics from the films.


  1. Hagrid’s Hut

Step into Hagrid’s cozy, magical hut and feel like you’re visiting the gentle giant himself, complete with the details that make his home so unique, from the dragon egg in the fireplace to his oversized furniture.


  1. The Burrow

Step into the quirky and homely house of the Weasley family.

Where was Harry Potter filmed?

The Harry Potter films utilised multiple iconic locations throughout London. On our Harry Potter Studio Tour, you’ll not only visit these renowned filming spots but also discover the hidden gems of the wizarding world. Explore secret entrances to Diagon Alley, wander through London’s concealed magical streets, and even locate the entrance to the Ministry of Magic, among many other magical experiences. Join us to see where the magic was brought to life in London!


Here are some famous Harry Potter filming locations in London:


King’s Cross Station

Platforms 4 and 5 were used to film the Hogwarts Express scenes. There’s also a dedicated photo spot for the famed Platform 9¾, where fans can pose with a luggage trolley “disappearing” into the wall.


Leadenhall Market

A beautiful Victorian market in the City of London, it was used for exterior shots of Diagon Alley and the entrance to the Leaky Cauldron.


St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel

The exterior of this hotel, located next to King’s Cross, was used as the entrance to King’s Cross Station in the films.


Australia House

The grand interior of this building on Strand served as the interior for Gringotts Wizarding Bank.


Westminster Tube Station

Harry and Mr. Weasley use this station when they travel to the Ministry of Magic in “Order of the Phoenix.”


Millennium Bridge

This pedestrian suspension bridge is shown being destroyed by Death Eaters in “Half-Blood Prince.”


Piccadilly Circus

Harry, Ron, and Hermione are seen here in “Deathly Hallows Part 1” during their escape.


Claremont Square

 Used as the exterior of 12 Grimmauld Place, the ancestral home of Sirius Black and the secret headquarters for the Order of the Phoenix.


Lambeth Bridge

 The Knight Bus squeezes between two London buses on this bridge in the “Prisoner of Azkaban.”


Borough Market

The location of the exterior of the Third Hand Book Emporium in “Prisoner of Azkaban.”

Where was Hogwarts filmed?

The Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry from the “Harry Potter” film series was not filmed in a single location but rather is a composite of various places, sets, and digital effects. Here are some of the key locations:


  1. Alnwick Castle, Northumberland, England

Alnwick Castle is thought to be the most famous castle used as Hogwarts and the castle the set was based on. The Castle was used for exterior shots of Hogwarts, including the scenes where students learn to fly broomsticks.


  1. Durham Cathedral, Durham, England.

The cathedral’s cloisters were used for various scenes, including where Harry releases Hedwig the owl.


  1. Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucestershire, England

The cathedral’s cloisters were used to film various Hogwarts corridor scenes, including the sequences involving the words written in blood in “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.”


  1. Lacock Abbey, Wiltshire, England

Used for various interior shots, including classrooms and hallways.


  1. Goathland Station, North Yorkshire, England. Served as the Hogsmeade Station where the Hogwarts Express stops.


  1. Black Park, Wexham, England. This park, adjacent to Pinewood Film Studios, was used for scenes involving the Forbidden Forest.


  1. Leavesden Studios, Hertfordshire, England. Many of the interior scenes, including the Great Hall, Dumbledore’s office, and the Gryffindor common room, were filmed on sets at Harry Potter studios which you can see on our Harry Potter Studio Tour.


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