Harry Potter Theme Park England, known as the Warner Bros Studio Tour London, is one of the world’s most popular attractions for Harry Potter fans! Step into the world of witches and wizards and go behind the scenes to see how the 8 Harry Potter movies were made. Highlights of a visit include riding a broomstick, standing on platform 9 ¾ and getting onboard Hogwarts Express! This is an amazing day out for all family members and the Harry Potter Theme Park England is one of the most popular attractions for visitors to London. We offer awesome Harry Potter Warner Bros Studio tours departing daily from Central London that also includes a 4 hour bus tour of London.
Update: The Studio is reopening on 20th August 2020!
Top tip: If you cannot find tickets on your travel dates, please check out our useful last-minute guide for finding tickets.
Harry Potter Theme park england:
The Harry Potter Theme Park England, known as the Warner Bros Studio Tour London is one of the most popular places to visit in England! A typical visit takes around 3 hours and highlights include:
Go behind the scenes with awesome sets that bring the movies to life
Ride a broomstick like in the movies!
Enter the forbidden forest and see Buckbeak, Hippogriff and more…
Admire the authentic props and costumes that were used in the films
Visit the Great Hall, Diagon Alley and the Chamber of Secrets
Stand on platform 9 ¾ and take a photo infront of the luggage trolley
See the incredibly detailed model of Hogwarts Castle, used to create amazing shots of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft
Hop onboard the Hogwarts Express for the ultimate Harry Potter experience
The Great Hall: Home to some of the most famous Harry Potter Scenes. You’ll get to see the place that was used in Yule Ball and the Battle of Hogwarts. On display are the costumes of students for Hogwarts House plus the teacher’s table.
Forbidden Forest: Enter the Forbidden Forest! Used partially or fully in the filming of most of the movies. The set has 19 trees, each over 14 feet width!
Platform 3¾: Stand on Platform 3¾ and see the Hogwarts Express – whilst most of the films used the location at Kings Cross Station in London, some of the shots were also filmed on the platform at the Warner Bros Studio.
Diagon Alley: Have a walk around Diagon Alley and see Gringotts Bank, Flourish and Blotts, Mr Mulpepper’s Apothecary and Ollivanders wand shop
Potions: See over 900 potion jars!
Professor Umbridge’s Office: The pink office in the Ministry of Magic, featuring Professor Umbridge collection of plates and moving kittens
See the incredible costumes used for playing Quidditch, 300 costumes for the Yule Ball and the Beauxbatons.
Specials & Visual Effects:
See some of the special and visual effects in the films including the (real!) Chamber of Secrets Door, invisibility cloak, whomping willow & green screen. Also learn how certain creatures were brought to life onscreen including Basilisk, Buckbeak, Goblin Heads and Aragog.
How to get tickets:
The Harry Potter Theme Park England (known as Warner Bros Studio Tour London) is located outside of North London. We offer two main tours, each includes transportation from Central London and an entrance ticket to the Harry Potter Warner Bros Studios.
Our first tour departs from London Victoria Coach Station and is available with five regular departures every day. You’ll travel to the Harry Potter Theme Park England on luxury transportation and you’ll have over 3 hours to explore the studios before returning to Central London. This is the most convenient way of travelling to this incredible world of Harry Potter from Central London. Victoria Coach Station is a major transportation hub, and the train station located next door is serviced by the Circle and District and Victoria underground lines. This means that you can reach it from most parts of London. Once you’ve boarded the coach, we’ll take you directly to the studios, and the journey normally takes around 1 hour. You’ll then have at least 3 hours to work around the Studio yourselves, ride a broomstick, check out the awesome displays and take in this awesome Harry Potter experience!
Our second tour is the only fully guided tour of the making of Harry Potter. We depart from Central London via train from Euston Station. Euston Station is one of London’s major train stations and is on the Northern and Victoria underground. You’ll be greeted at the station by a tour representative who will give you your tickets and accompany you on the train to Watford Junction Station. At Watford Junction, you’ll then take a short bus journey to the studios. On arrival at the Warner Bros Studio Tour London, you’ll get to go behind-the-scenes and discover some of the amazing techniques that went into the making of the Harry Potter films. This is a fully guided tour with an extremely knowledgeable tour guide, meaning you’ll get to discover lots of things you never knew! In fact, this is the only fully guided tour into the world of Harry Potter with transportation included from Central London and is highly recommended for the most serious Harry Potter fans.
Once the fully guided tour is complete, you’ll then have the option to reenter the Studio by yourself. Alternatively, you could check out the awesome Harry Potter souvenir shop or head to the cafe! Why not try a butterbeer? More details about this fully guided tour, with daily departures from Central London.
Last Minute Tickets:
Tickets to the Harry Potter Warner Bros studio tour get sold out really quickly! If you are having trouble finding last minute tickets then check out our ticket finder page, where we’ve compiled a list of the best places to look to find a ticket, along with the Warner Bros Studio Website. If you are still unable to find a ticket, you can also contact us. In the event that a last minute ticket becomes available our expert team will get back to you immediately.