Warner Bros. Studio Tour: The Making of Harry Potter

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Walk in the footsteps of Harry Potter and explore the wonders of the wizarding world. This unique walking tour takes you behind-the-scenes and showcases a huge array of beautiful sets, costumes and props. It also reveals some closely guarded secrets, including facts about the special effects and animatronics that made these films so hugely popular all over the world.

Harry Potter fans can now hop aboard the famous steam train and imagine it’s taking them all the way to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry! The Studio Tour will include an authentic recreation of Platform 9 ¾, complete with luggage trolley disappearing into the platform wall.

Walk through the wizarding bank of Gringott’s, the Lestrange vault, a gallery of goblins, and much more. Admire the imposing marble columns and discover the costumes and prosthetics belonging to Bogrod, Griphook, and many other Golbin bankers. Then enter the depths of the Lestrange vault used to store the treasures of Bellatrix Lestrange and surround yourselves with treasure.

How do I get to Warner Bros studio from London?

The best way is to take a direct shuttle bus from London Victoria Coach Station or Baker Street, but you’ll need to buy your entrance ticket to the studio tour separately. Alternatively, take the train, which goes from London Euston station to Watford Junction, and from Watford Junction take the shuttle bus.

How much is Warner Bros Studio Tour?

Depending on which tour you take, the cost will run between $69 – $79 per adult or $59 – $69 per child, though there is a deluxe tour for $295/person. There are currently three tours you can take, each with a different focus.

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