Harry Potter Studio Tour & Hotel
Harry Potter Studio Tour & Hotel Package Deals
A family-friendly attraction, perfect for all wizarding ages
Following the shock collapse of Super Break we have put together a number of options for visitors looking for Harry Potter studio tour tickets with or without hotel accommodation.
Option 1 – Ready Made Package Deals
2 Nights Hotel and Studio Tour Tickets from £199.95
Accommodation at the Tavistock Hotel in London, a meal in the hotel restaurant on your first night, breakfast each morning and your Warner Bros The Making of Harry Potter Studio tickets.
Available from UK Breakaways
Option 2 – Book Tickets and Hotel Separately
Studio Tour Tickets and Hotel from £65
Purchase your studio tour tickets direct from Warner Bros Studios
Book a cheap hotel close to the studio. Hotel Search
Option 3 – Book Tickets including Transfers
Studio Tour Tickets and Transfers from £85
Return transfers from central London to the Warner Bros Studios together with your tour entry tickets (does not include accommodation). Available from Golden Tours
For accommodation you can compare rates from leading travel sites with the London Hotel Search
Warner Bros. The Making of Harry Potter Studio Tour
Step behind the scenes and discover where it all began. This spectacular walking tour features original costumes, props and authentic sets that showcase the very best of British film making.
The tour takes place at the original studio site adjacent to the working studios and offers a unique opportunity for fans of all ages to explore the soundstages and backlot filled with the original sets, animatronic creatures and breathtaking special effects.
Tour Duration – Minimum 3 hours. Since this is a self guided walking tour there is no set duration and you can easily spend the whole day at the studios.
Warner Bros. Studio Tour London Highlights
See the original props and costumes from the film series
Step inside the awesome Great Hall
Take a stroll along Diagon Alley
Journey through the Forbidden Forest
See Dumbledore’s office, Gryffindor common room, Weasley’s kitchen and more
Visit platform 9 3/4 and step aboard the Hogwarts Express
Fly your own broomstick high over Hogwarts and catch the golden snitch
Head out to the backlot for 4 Privet Drive and the purple Knight Bus
Enjoy a deliciously frothy Butterbeer in the Backlot Cafe
Marvel at the intricate 1:24 scale model of Hogwarts Castle
New for 2019 – Gringotts Wizarding BankOpened on 6 April the Gringotts Wizarding Bank expansion is the Studio Tour’s biggest addition to date and has been designed and built by many of the original crew members.
Walk through the wizarding bank of Gringotts lined by towering marble pillars, enter the depths of the Lestrange vault used to store the treasures of Bellatrix Lestrange including the Sword of Gryffindor and Helga Hufflepuff’s Cup, one of Voldemort’s many Horcruxes and so much more.
In addition to the Gringotts Wizarding Bank expansion, Warner Bros. Studio Tour London now has an all-new 17,000sq ft lobby and café serving food and drink inspired by the Wizarding World and can seat up to 500 people.
Getting to the Studio
The Warner Bros Studios are in Leavesden some 20 miles north-west of London close to the M1 and M25 motorways and there is a large free visitor car park directly outside the Studio Tour.By Car : Use the postcode WD25 7LR for SATNAV which should take you directly to the car park or follow the brown traffic signs labelled “Warner Bros. Studio Tour” once you get close to the studios.
By Train : The nearest station is Watford Junction from where a shuttle bus runs to the studios every 20 minutes. Tickets for the shuttle cost £3.00 at the time of listing.
If you are staying in London and travelled to the capital by train the easiest way to reach the studios is to make your way to Watford Junction and take the shuttle bus. Trains run from Euston, Liverpool Street and Victoria stations to Watford Junction.
The Making of Harry Potter – Special Events 2019
The Dark Arts
From Friday 27 September to Sunday 10 November 2019
The iconic Great Hall set will be decorated with over 100 pumpkins suspended from the ceiling as well as a Hallowe’en feast dressing the long tables.
Visitors are invited to try out their wand combat moves against Death Eaters in a live duel demonstrating how battle scenes were directed, all before walking down a darker, spookier Diagon Alley.
Hogwarts in the Snow
Saturday 16 November to Sunday 26 January 2020
2019 will conclude with the return of the popular Hogwarts in the Snow festive makeover.
The festive makeover will see part of the Great Hall transformed for the Yule Ball, the Gryffindor common room dressed for the season and a blanket of filmmaking snow covering the majestic Hogwarts castle model.
Information is provided for guidance only – errors and omissions excepted.