- Food purchased the night before
- Sushi from Wasabi
After breakfast, we shall begin our 1 day adventure to Warner Bros. Studios Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter in Leavesden, southeastern England.
Take anytime from 12.30pm to 3pm tour
Estimated time to spend: 4 hours
Estimated travel time: 1.30 hours
Must leave hotel before 10.30am. Need to be in bus by 10.30am.
Last Tour 6.45pm
Closes at: 10pm
- Experience your favorite Harry Potter scenes and characters as you explore independently
- Walk through Diagon Alley, the Great Hall and other sets used in the films
- See the original Hogwarts Express steam engine and pose for photos at Platform 9 ¾
- Discover the actual props, costumes and special effects that made the movies so magical
walk to Iffley Road to take bus
27 to Kensington Station (Stop K) Chalk Farm,
6 stops away , 14 mins.
3rd stop: Latymer Court (Stop G),
4th stop: Brook Green (Stop H),
5th stop: North End Road (Stop J),
6th stop: Kensington Station (Stop K)
Walk 4 mins to Kensington (Olympia)
From Kensington (Olympia) take the Southern Milton Keynes Central, 30 min(4 stops) to Watford Junction. 1st stop: Shepherd’s Bush, 2nd stop: embley Central, 3rd stop: Harrow & Wealdstone, 4th stop: Watford Junction
Walk about 1 min , 276 ft to Watford Junction Railway Station
Walk to Watford Junction Railway Station (Stop 4) to take the coach (311 – Service run by Mullanys Coaches) to Harry Potter Studio. 15 mins travel time.
Need to pay cash.
RETURN TICKET £2.50
SINGLE TICKET £2.00
Need to arrive 20 minutes earlier than booked time.
Collection of tickets are from the ticket windows or automated kiosks outside the main entrance!
The entrance is strictly via timed entry as per your ticket. They are really strict on it so do be punctual!
After dinner, slowly walk back to hotel to rest and recharge for next day activities.
The Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter allows you to walk around independently to see real sets used in the Harry Potter movies, including the Great Hall and Dumbledore’s office. Check out the storefronts of Flourish and Blotts, Ollivanders wand shop, Gringotts Wizarding Bank, Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes and Eeylops Owl Emporium as you explore Diagon Alley, pretending that Harry, Hermoine and Ron are right by your side.
Learn about the special effects and makeup that brought spells and beloved characters like Dobby to the screen, and see costumes and props used by the actors. Don’t-miss photo ops abound, so don’t forget to charge your camera!
Your experience ends at Platform 9 ¾ , where you can pose with a luggage cart as it disappears into the wall and enjoy an up-close view of the original Hogwarts Express train, whose 78-year-old engine billows steam. Then make the drive back to London to conclude your tour of the magic of moviemaking.
Some photographs taken at Studio.
I have taken more than 1000 photographs at the studio, it is too much to display here. You must go and visit to enjoy what I have seen there.