Harry Potter Film Locations Tour Tickets

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Visit Some of The Most Iconic Sets of Harry Potter with an English Speaking Guide

Once you meet up with your friendly and efficient guide outside the Palace Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue and are joined by the rest of your tour group, the game will be afoot! First and foremost, you will find out which house you belong in and after providing you with a brief introduction, you will make your way to the many different locations on your itinerary. Throughout your tour, your guide will be providing you with interesting commentary and tidbits from the movies but also interesting facts about locations you pass and if they have any connections to pop culture or movies aside from Harry Potter.

Visit Some of the Most Iconic Locations from Harry Potter

From taking a stroll on the real Diagon Alley to standing on the bridge destroyed by the Death Eaters, this tour is every Potterhead’s dream. Your visit shall cover Gringott’s Bank, Platform 9 ¾, Daniel Radcliffe’s School, 900-year-old Clink Prison, Sherlock Holmes’ Pub, Trafalgar Square and many more!
You will then get visit other iconic locations like where the battle in the sky took place at the beginning of Deathly Hallows when seven Potters were trying to make their way to safety and the entrance to the Leaky Cauldron which marked Harry’s entrance into the magical world. You’ll also get to walk over the bridge the death eaters destroyed at the beginning of the Half-Blood Prince, signaling Voldemort’s return to power. Perhaps the best photo opportunity will present itself at the last location on your itinerary, marking the end of your walking tour, King’s Cross station.

Know Before You Go

Timings and Availability

This tour is available every Monday-Friday at 12:00 PM. While on Saturday and Sunday, this tour runs at 10:30 AM.

Getting There

You must meet your guide outside the Palace Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 5AY. Please arrive 15 minutes before the tour starts.

By Bus: Board either Bus #24, 29, 176, N29 or N279 to the Cambridge Circus (Stop D). The meeting point is located right outside the Palace Theatre, a mere 1-minute walk from the stop.

Dress Code

This is a walking tour and will involve a fair bit of walking. We recommend that you wear comfortable shoes, clothing and carry a refillable water bottle with you.

Strict Cancellation Policy

This tour once booked can not be canceled or amended.

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