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All You Need To Know About The Warner Bros. Studios Tour London : The Making Of Harry Potter

18 Apr 2019

Noelle Ong

Klook Travel Curator

Your Hassle Free Trip to the Warner Bros. Studios Tour

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For all Potterheads, London is pretty much the closest you’ll get to feeling like you’ve stepped into the wizarding world without actually being there. Platform 9 3/4 at King’s Cross, Westminster Tube station (aka entrance to the Ministry of Magic) and The Millennium Bridge which the Death Eaters attacked are just some. But the real magic, or at least movie magic, happens at the Warner Bros. Studios!

The Warner Bros. Studios Tour takes you behind the Making of Harry Potter, showing you the actual set, props, costumes and even wands used in the movies. Read on to find out what you can expect at every Potterhead’s dream attraction.

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Getting tickets

This is one of London’s most popular attractions so getting your tickets in advance is highly recommended. Klook has just launched a special combo package that not only guarantees you a spot on the tour, but also round-trip train tickets from Euston Train Station!

Admission + Round Trip Train Tickets package inclusive of:

  • 1 Warner Bros. Studio Tour London entrance ticket
  • Round trip train tickets between Euston Train Station and Watford Junction Railway Station
  • Access to Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter
  • Complimentary access to the shuttle bus running between Watford Junction and Warner Bros. Studio Tour London

This combo package allows you to stay at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London for as long as you like, giving you plenty of time to explore.

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How to redeem:

  • Upon confirmation of your booking, Klook will send an email containing your vouchers and attraction entrance within 24 hours.
  • Klook offers the 10am tour slot, giving you the entire day to explore the tours on your own time.
  • You don't have to print these vouchers but you will need to redeem your train tickets at any national rail station (step-by-step instructions will be provided in the email)
  • The lead traveler will require a credit or debit card in order to collect train tickets however this does not need to match the payment card used at the time of booking
  • The lead traveler must present a valid ID in order to enter Warner Bros. Studio Tour London

Getting to Warner Bros. Studios London

By train: London Euston is served by the Victoria and Northern Tube Lines as well as the London Overground network. Once you have redeemed your tickets, you may take any train from London Euston to Watford Junction Railway Station. Journey times range from 14-47 minutes so please check the time table upon arrival at London Euston to ensure you get the best train.

You can take any train from London Euston Station to Watford Junction as long as you allow enough time to reach the attraction at your specified entry time. Bring along your Klook train tickets to any national rail station to redeem.

Shuttle Service: Once you have arrived in Watford Junction Railway Station, you need to locate the Warner Bros. Studio Tours shuttle bus which is located just outside of the main station. Buses run every 20 mins from 09:20 and take approximately 15 mins to reach the attraction.

Your entry ticket to Warner Bros. Studio Tours will grant you free access to the shuttle bus. When returning from the Studio Tour, simply follow the signs for the 'Shuttle Bus to Watford Junction'.

Family friendly facilities

Most parts of theStudio Tour are suitable for wheelchairs and strollers however some areas like the cobbled streets of Diagon Alley might be hard to navigate. There are also British Sign Language tours available for visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing but these tours need to be booked at least 14 days in advance.

Baby changing facilities are available in each toilet block. A designated feeding area with nursing chairs and changing tables is located next to the Backlot Cafe.

Highlights of the Warner Bros. Studios Tour: The Making of Harry Potter

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1. The Great Hall

Enter The Great Hall where some of the most iconic scenes in the movies were shot - the Yule Ball, the Battle of Hogwarts and more. Fans of the movie have definitely drooled over the huge feasts displayed on the long tables and of course, the House Points Counter which we all keep a tight eye on.

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2. Gringotts Wizarding Bank

The newest addition to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour is the set of the Gringotts Wizarding Bank! Take a walk through the wizarding bank, the Lestrange Vault and of course, you can expect to meet some goblins along the way.

The grand banking hall is decorated with magnificent crystal chandeliers and you can even find Galleons, Sickles and Knuts on the goblin tellers’ desks!

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3. Hogwarts Express

The Hogwarts Express which departs from Platform 9 ¾ to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry is literally the gateway to all things magical. While most of the scenes from the movie were actually shot in London at King’s Cross Station, the ones in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows 2 were shot in this very one in Leavesden.

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4. Green screens galore

Ever wondered how Harry and his friends could fly? Learn the magic behind the movies at the green screen areas and even try out flying on a broomstick for yourself. You’ll also find the Whomping Willow, the Invisibility Cloak and the Chamber of Secrets in their special and visual effects room.

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5. Souvenir stores

Since you can’t actually become a wizard, you can at least look the part! Score some collectible items from the souvenir stores like Quidditch jerseys, robes and even wands. You can even find things like an Aragog plush if you love spiders and of course snacks like Peppermint Toads and Chocolate Frogs to munch on your journey back.

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Other magical experiences for all Potterheads!

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Universal Studios Orlando is the largest in all the Universal Parks. While you can also find them in Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Studios Japan, only the one in Orlando has an actual Gringotts Bank!

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Sip on magical cocktails and golden snitch cakes at Platform 1094! Don’t forget to put on your robes and wands to look the part as well.

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