Five Reasons to Visit “The Making of Harry Potter”

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July 30, 2016 0 Comments

For a Harry Potter fan, The Warner Bros. Studio Tour in London -“The Making of Harry Potter” is the mother ship. Here are five reasons why The Making of Harry Potter- Warner Bros. Studio Tour can’t be missed:

1. You can finally go to Hogwarts!

This is where the actual Harry Potter movies were filmed. You can walk into the Great Hall and stroll through Diagon Alley just like Emma Watson, Rupert Grint and Daniel Radcliffe. I walked where they walked!!! #fangirlThe Great Hall from Harry Potter

2. You can take a ride on the Hogwarts Express & other vehicles used in the movies.

I’m such a nerd. I had to have my photo taken on every form of transportation that Harry ever took. My favorite was definitely the Hogwarts Express. Dream come true!Ford Anglia from Harry PotterMotorcycle from Harry PotterThe Knight Bus Harry Potter

3. You will see authentic costumes worn by the cast.

Costumes from Harry Potter4. There is an amazing model of Hogwarts.

This model was used during fly over scenes of the castle in the movies.Hogwarts Castle

5. You get to take iconic photos you can brag about for a lifetime.

These pictures speak for themselves.

Privet Drive from Harry Potter

Platform from Harry PotterGodrics Hollow from Harry PotterThe Hogwarts Express from Harry Potter









Ticket Information:

I would recommend booking your tickets at least a month ahead of time as tickets sell out fast. You are required to select the date and time of your tour. Make sure to leave plenty of time to explore the studio! I would suggest leaving at least 3 hours to complete the self guided tour.

Note: The studio is located 20 miles outside of London. You will need to travel to the Watford Junction train station where you can take a shuttle bus to the studio (2.50 euro round trip).

Your Harry Potter tour doesn’t stop here. Check out my post The Harry Potter Lover’s Guide to the United Kingdom to find out how to continue your magical journey.
The Making of Harry Potter


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