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Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter (from King’s Cross St Pancras)

Duration : Approx. 7½ hours (with transportation) Activity Code : WBKXW
Based on 12 reviews
05 July, 2018 1 Adult Select Meeting Point
Highlights
  • Preferred Partner with Warner Bros. Studio Tour London
  • Extended time at the studios
  • Experience the magic of filmmaking at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
  • Take a stroll down Diagon Alley™ and board the Hogwarts Express
  • See the Gryffindor Common Room and Dumbledore’s office
  • Actual costumes, props and special effects used in the films
  • Return transport from King’s Cross St Pancras in London
  • Travel in a comfortable, air-conditioned coach
  • No need for a printer - E-tickets are accepted on this tour! The hassle-free alternative.

Warner Bros. Studio Tour London is rated 5 stars on TripAdvisor with over 19,000 ‘Excellent’ reviews! Winner of Certificate of Excellence 2016.
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This is a must-do for any big Harry Potter fan. I took my niece who grew up with the films and she loved it all. I've only seen a few of the films so what surprised me more was how much I also enjoyed it. The focus (unlike the theme parks elsewhere) is really on the movie making/production process and was quite interesting. In addition to seeing actual sets, costumes, props, there's lots to learn about all aspects of design, development, etc. There's lots to see! We spent about 3 hours (+ 30 minutes in the shop and did not stop for lunch) and could have easily used another 30 minutes. So managing your time is imperative (especially if you're on the tour buses which have set departure times on the tour). The one thing we'd wished for was a paper map that clearly laid out the different areas (it is huge!) to help us better pace our visit and make decisions about where to spend time.

This is a must-do for any big Harry Potter fan. I took my niece who grew up with the films and she loved it all. I've only seen a few of the films so what surprised me more was how much I also enjoyed it. The focus (unlike the theme parks elsewhere) is really on the movie making/production process and was quite interesting. In addition to seeing actual sets, costumes, props, there's lots to learn about all aspects of design, development, etc. There's lots to see! We spent about 3 hours (+ 30 minutes in the shop and did not stop for lunch) and could have easily used another 30 minutes. So managing your time is imperative (especially if you're on the tour buses which have set departure times on the tour). The one thing we'd wished for was a paper map that clearly laid out the different areas (it is huge!) to help us better pace our visit and make decisions about where to spend time.
63 days ago
 

Simply great experiance all around

Simply great experiance all around
66 days ago