The Making of Harry Potter Warner Bros. Studio Tour London
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What to expectThrill to the magic of Harry Potter at Warner Brothers' film studios in The Making of Harry Potter. You'll see it all: from Diagon Alley and Dumbledore's office to Platform 9¾ - as well as the actual props and costumes used in the blockbuster films. The multiple award winning The Making of Harry Potter is a must for any fan. This is no theme park but a tour of the very sound stages where the Harry Potter films were made. The Making of Harry Potter attracts thousands of visitors each day. Tickets can't be bought at the attraction. All tickets must be booked in advance. Your tickets will be emailed - and then you simply show them on your smartphone to gain entry.
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- Departure Point and returns: King's Cross and St Pancras (Stop T), Kings Cross, London N1C 4AX, UK
- WiFi on board
- Duration: 7 hours 30 minutes (approx)
Harry Potter is a worldwide phenomenon, the most successful series of movies ever. The Making of Harry Potter offers a once in a lifetime opportunity to look behind the scenes at how these stunning films were made. Warner Brothers Studios have created a self-guided tour that gives a unique insight into the creative process - on the very sound stages where Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson created these iconic films. The show-stoppers include the genuine sets where filming took place. You'll be able to walk through the magically lit Forbidden Forest, marvel at the Hogwarts Express locomotive on Platform 9¾ itself and take a stroll down Diagon Alley. That's not all. Warner Brothers have placed actual costumes and props on display for visitors to admire. You'll see how the characters' outfits evolved over the eight films, all made at these very studios. A special effects exhibit explains how the Chamber of Secrets Door operates, something once known to just a privileged few. The workings of the Invisibility Cloak, one of the films' great effects, is revealed in detail. A intricately detailed model of Hogwarts Castle, meticulously made for Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, is the centrepiece of the the Art Department exhibit. The Making of Harry Potter is, quite simply, a must for any movie fan.