Rainy Day Activities: Enter the magical Warner Bros Studio Tour

Leavesden, Hertfordshire

Step inside the wizarding world of Harry Potter at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London and feel the films magically come to life.

From the moment you step into this magical indoor attraction, you'll be whisked away from reality and into the magical world of Harry Potter. The Warner Bros Studios (found in Leavesden, just north of London) served as the base for production on all eight Harry Potter films, and that legacy continues with the Warner Bros Studio Tour - The Making of Harry Potter attraction.

Live your childhood (or adulthood) dreams and step through the doors of Hogwarts and enter the iconic Great Hall, complete with long dining tables, magical candles and prop foods. This is only the beginning though - your journey through the Warner Bros Studios will take you to Diagon Alley, the Forbidden Forest, the Hogwarts Express and Gringotts Wizarding Bank, newly opened for 2019.

Along the way, you'll get an insight into the making of the film series with a chance to see authentic movie props and costumes up close. Budding film wizards will also love the behind-the-scenes information on how JK Rowling's books were brought to life, with special looks at the site's Creative Effects departments, featuring animatronic creatures and green screen magic!

Special events also take place throughout the year, offering even more to explore. At Halloween, the Great Hall undergoes a spooky makeover with Death Eaters roaming the tour, while the annual Hogwarts in the Snow event adds a suitably festive twist near Christmas time.

Tickets for the Harry Potter Studio Tour must be booked in advance; visit the Warner Bros Studio Tour website for full availability.

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