Get an insight into the world of wizardry with the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London. Step into the Great Hall, Dumbledore's office and the wand room with this thrilling tour of the The Making of Harry Potter. See the triple-decker Knight Bus and the Dursleys' life-size house on Privet Drive, taste real Butterbeer, and ride a broomstick!
Discover brand new attractions, including the wizarding bank of Gringotts, the Lestrange vault, a gallery of goblins and so much more.
Then just 5 miles, approximately a 15 minute drive from the studios, set in 160 acres of parkland and formal gardens, you will find the Shendish Manor Hotel where Victorian splendour meets modern design.
Enjoy an afternoon tea in the delightful Orangery restaurant at the hotel. The Orangery features sliding doors which open onto the terrace overlooking the beautifully manicured Dutch Garden and grounds – the perfect setting to enjoy a delicious sparkling afternoon tea.
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This experience is available on selected dates, throughout the year. Excludes Christmas Day and New Year's Eve.
The tour will last approx 3-4 hours, afternoon tea has not set time but typically 60 to 90 minutes.
This experience is for two people, there will be other people there on the day.
The minimum age is 18 years old.
This is for a voucher entitling the holder to any of the activities supplied by Activity Superstore up to the value stated.
Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter (Leavesden, Hertfordshire)
Charlotte from Customer Service, February 2018
I decided to treat myself and my boyfriend to a wonderful day out and this did not disappoint! I hadn’t been to the Harry Potter studios before but I would recommend this to anyone, Potterhead or not. Straight away you can see the magic behind the scenes and it was fantastic to see all the makings from the costume to set design right in front of you! It gave me a new appreciation of all the special effects and features involved. There was so much to see! The forbidden forest was also great, but a little smaller than expected.