City Travel Tip #1198
Visiting experience at Warner Bros Harry Potter Studios in London
Since opening their doors in 2012, the Warner Bros Studios of Harry Potter in London have made a lot of talks. In short, who has never dreamed of visiting all the magical places in the world of Harry Potter for at least one day?
Mary and I have been huge fans of the saga for years since we started reading its books as children.
The attraction of “The Making of Harry Potter tour” is one of a kind. You will get up close and personal with soundstages and full-scale reconstructions of authentic sets. You will discover the magic behind the special effects and the cinematic phenomenon behind-the-scenes that still keep millions of fans glued to the screens.
Strolling inside the Great Hall waiting to be sorted, clutching your ticket to Hogwarts excitedly in front of the steaming red locomotive, and sneaking away from the giant spiders inside the Forbidden Forest are just some of the exciting moments you will experience while visiting the Studios. In fact, you can fly on a broom, get on the Nottetempo and sip a good glass of Butterbeer at the pub tour. You will not be able to stand still for a second from the enthusiasm!
The Warner Bros Studios Tour – The Making of Harry Potter, has varying opening hours depending on the time of year. Normally the opening is at 08:30 with the first entrance at 09:00, while the closing can vary from 18:00 to 22:00 depending on the days and events organized. Additionally, on certain days the opening is postponed to 09:00 or 10:00.
COST OF THE TICKET
Adults (16 years and over): £47
Children (5-15 years, necessarily accompanied by an adult): £38;
Families (2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children): £150.00;
Free admission: children from 0 to 4 years, accompanying people with disabilities.
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