The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is top on every Potterhead's bucket list. Seeing the books and movies is what made millions of children fall in love with the Potter universe, but seeing Hogwarts, Diagon Alley and Hogsmeade in real life is nothing short of magical.
'Whether you come back by page or by big screen, Hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home' and home is exactly what Harry Potter World feels like to anyone who grew up with the books and movies. If you've ever dreamt of walking Down Diagon Alley, boarding the Hogwarts Express or stepping into the Gryffindor Common Room, then Harry Potter World is going to fill you with the same excitement as it did Harry when he first stepped through the brick wall behind the Leaky Cauldron.
Immerse yourself in the spellbinding world of Harry Potter™ on this 6-hour trip to the Warner Bros. See platform 9¾, Pivet Drive, Diagon Alley and so much more. It's an exciting day out for all the family. You can even explore Dumbledore's Office!
Just like any other first-year student, you can have a wand pick you at Ollivanders', wander into Weasley's Wizzard Wheezees to get yourself some U-No-Poo and Fever Fudge and then have a very British Lunch at the Leaky Cauldron!
Viator has been in operation since 1997, so they know what makes a good experience. And if you're a Harry Potter, it doesn't get much better than the Warner Bros Tour just outside of London, UK.Book Now
Step in to the magical world that is Harry Potter; a franchise that is loved throughout the world. And what better place to do that than at the actual studios where it was filmed?Book Now
Make sure you try a glass of Butterbeer, it's actually rather nice! Also, spend some time looking at the Hogwarts model that was used in the film. It really is a magical day out!Book Now
A world of fantasy and magic that makes kids feel like a character in their favourite movie, and makes adults feel like a kid again.
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