Warner Bros Studios -- Harry Potter Tour

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Harry Potter Studio Tour map
Address:
Harry Potter Studio Tour, Warner Bros. Studio, Aerodrome Way, Leavesden WD25 7LR
Tel:
0345 084 0900
Web:
wbstudiotour.co.uk

Opening times and price

Opening hours:
During school term (Mon-Fri): 9.30 AM to 8 PM; During school holidays and weekends: 8.30 AM to 10 PM; Closed (2nd week of Nov); Last entry 3-3½ hours before closing; Note: These times are a rough guide only as they vary greatly - check their website first
Ticket cost:
Adults £43.00; Children £35.00 (5-15); Infants free entry (under-4); Family ticket £140.00
Visiting hours and entry charges are subject to change
Time required:
A typical visit to Harry Potter Studio Tour lasts 3-4 hours (approx)

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Harry Potter’s Warner Bros Studios Good for kids? Value for money? Worth a visit?

Craig recommends… Here’s my latest Warner Bros. Studios review. If you enjoy the movies then you might like Shrek’s Adventure and the James Bond cars at the London Film Museum. You can see lots of film stars at Madame Tussauds as well. If you want some more children’s attractions then try the London Dungeon, London Aquarium and London Zoo.

Warner Bros. Studios is No.6 in our list of London’s best children’s attractions, and No.9 in our list of London’s best day trips.

Diagon Alley at the Warner Bros Studios

If you’re a big fan of JK Rowling’s Harry Potter then get yourself a ticket for the Warner Bros Studios Tour in Leavesden, where they spent ten years making the films – from Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone in 2001, right up to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in 2011.

Harry Potter Studios

Warner Bros is the actual studio where they made the movies, and seeing as JK Rowling was still busy writing the books as they made them, they decided to save all the sets, costumes and props as they went along in case they needed them for later.

Film sets on the Harry Potter tour

What they’ve ended up with now is one of the best collections of film sets and props in the country. You’ll get to walk through Hogwart’s Great Hall, the Gryffindor common room, and straight down Diagon Alley. They’ve even got the big purple bus!

Along the way you’ll discover all the film-makers secrets through using ands-on exhibits and watching specially commissioned movies.

 
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> Craig’s review of Harry Potter Studio Tour – “This is what I know about Harry Potter: he's a swotty school-kid with glasses and a wand. That's about it. I've never seen the movies, never read any of the kid's books. So jumping on two trains and a bus and stumping up thirty quid for a ticket to the Harry Potter film studios doesn't exactly fill me with glee. To be honest I'd rather have just stayed in bed. But her… continued”

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