Go behind the scenes of the eight films with this fascinating tour that any Harry Potter fans will love and learn some of the films' closely-guarded secrets, as long as you promise not to tell! Even those who have never seen the movies will be swept away by the magic.
Awh snap! - We currently don't have tickets for this attraction... but you can still learn all about Warner Bros. Studio Tour below...
Don your Hogwarts cloak, grab your wand and step into the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, with the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London.
Walk down Diagon Alley and marvel at all its wonderful shops. Step onto Platform 9¾ (if you can get through the wall, of course) and delve deep into Gringotts where you can see the pivotal Lestrange vault.
You can even try a Chocolate Frog or sip a Butterbeer. There are so many things to do at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour that we almost forgot to mention the most exciting part: hop onto Harry's Firebolt and experience the special effects that allow you to zoom across London, just like in the films!
As far as days out go, Harry Potter fans won't find anything more thrilling!
There are several cafes and a food hall on-site, providing plenty of options for refreshments, possibly made by the hands of House Elves, though reports are unconfirmed. Unfortunately, what we do know is that your plates won't automatically refill once you're finished.
Is There Parking?
Car parking on-site is free and plentiful.
Are There Baby Changing Facilities?
Baby changing facilities are available in each toilet block. In addition, a private area for parents to feed complete with nursing chair and changing tables are located next to Backlot Café.
Is it Wheelchair friendly/accessible?
Most of the tour is accessible to wheelchair users, but they require advance notice of your arrival.
Enjoy a drink and snack at our Studio Café, hot food and Butterbeer at our Backlot Café or bring your own food and use our picnic area.
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