Harry Potter Tours – London

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Available Monday, 04 Jul
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Harry Potter Warner Bros. Studios with Coach Transport from London

  • Duration: 7h
  • Hotel transfer + Shuttle bus
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Available Wednesday, 29 Jun
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London: 2.5-Hour Harry Potter Film Locations Guided Tour

  • Best in the morning
  • Duration: 3h
  • Live guide in English
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London: World of Wizards and Harry Potter Exploration Game

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Available Friday, 22 Jul
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From London: Guided Tour of Harry Potter Warner Bros. Studio with Transport

  • Duration: 5h
  • Live guide in English
  • Group of max. 8 people
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Available Wednesday, 27 Jul

London: 3-Hour Harry Potter Filming Locations Tour in a Black Cab

  • Duration: 3h
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You've read the books. You've seen the movies. Now, experience the magic of the Wizarding World with the best Harry Potter tours in and around London.

If you have an entire day budgeted, experience Warner Bros. Studio Tour - The Making of Harry Potter. The studio opens its doors to witches, wizards, and Muggles alike for exploration. See the real sets, props, and costumes that mesmerized a generation of Potter fans – there are options for transport and audio guides, so you won't miss a thing.

A guided tour of film locations around London may be more your speed. With plenty of opportunities to take pictures – including Platform 9¾ in London's iconic King's Cross Station – learn how the films were produced and see some quintessential London sites along the way. Or, be transported into the Wizarding World with a self-guided adventure game, downloaded right to your phone.

There are a whole host of Harry Potter tours in London, and you'll find the best of them right here.

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