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Harry Potter Walking Tour for Muggles in London

Highlights
  • Book this Harry Potter tour in advance to secure your spot
  • Explore central London filming locations with a guide
  • Visit real-life spots that inspired Diagon Alley and beyond
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Harry Potter Walking Tour for Muggles in London
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Overview
While in London, journey beyond Warner Bros. Studio for an alternative behind-the-scenes experience of the making of Harry Potter. This guided tour takes you to key filming locations in the city with a guide who knows the quickest ways around. Prebook this Harry Potter experience today, and guarantee your preferred time and day to see places that inspired Diagon Alley, the Leaky Cauldron, and the Ministry of Magic.
What to Expect
Meet your Harry Potter guide and group near London Bridge on Duke Hill Street. Walking is the main mode of transport on this tour, but you'll also take the tube to Westminster Station (own expense).

As you make your way around London with your guide, he or she tells you valuable, lesser-known facts about the Harry Potter movies. Plus, you get the chance to see London’s filming locations close up. Other spots you can look at are real-life places that inspired some of the fantasy series' locations, such as Diagon Alley, the Leaky Cauldron, and the Ministry of Magic.

Get a behind-the-scenes look as your guide transports you right into the movies with his or her fabulous storytelling. Learn secrets about filming not many people know, and walk away from this experience with more knowledge about Harry Potter.

Your tour ends in Cecil Court, near Leicester Square.
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Reviewed yesterday
Great mix of London/Harry Potter sights and facts

First off-If you're an HP fan at all, please don't miss this tour. It doesn't take all day, pricing is great, guides like Scott Potter make it fun the entire time. Scott was brilliant! It helps that he actually looks and sounds like Dan Radcliffe-no...More

Thank comtnhi
Reviewed yesterday
Kids favorite activity of week in London.

Great sites related to Potter books and movies but many of them were places that we were not familiar with and interesting outside of the Potter relationship. Tour guide was terrific. Fun to walk around and get some exercise too! Loved it.

Thank Westharbor
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Magical morning with Ms Grainger (Gaynor)

Just like her name sake had a fantastic morning. Well researched appealed to all. Would fully recommend. Second time for one of the kids. They would all like to do it again

Thank Mairead R
Reviewed 2 days ago
Really for fans only

We went as a family of four (including a 10 and 13 year old). We had all seen the films and 3 of us had read all the books. The guide was fantastic and very clued up about all things Harry Potter with a bit...More

1  Thank alisonmitchellnz
Reviewed 2 days ago
Must do for Harry Potter fans

If you are a Harry Potter fan and visiting or living in London, I highly recommend you take this tour. We took this tour for the second time on July 8 at 2p, with the first time being 5 years previous while in London on...More

1  Thank Amber K
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Nicola B
9 July 2018|
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Response from Sari B | Reviewed this property |
I think it was 2.5 hours and we finished right near Leicester Square
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Alex90210
1 July 2018|
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Response from Shawn G | Reviewed this property |
We didn't make a stop at Kings Cross on the tour. However, we later visited Kings Cross on our own and found out why - Platform 9 3/4 is mobbed with people. The line to get a picture pushing the cart through the wall was... More
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AmyC1976
18 June 2018|
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Response from Lenay G | Reviewed this property |
Yip, a lot of walking, but if they don't mind, go for it
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