The Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter is a must visit UK attraction for Harry Potter fans. The interactive experience allows you to walk in the footsteps of Harry Potter and explore the wonders of the Wizarding World. With activities for adults and children alike there is something for all ages on the tour. We’ve highlighted a few of the must-see things to do if you’re visiting the Harry Potter Studios.
Drink Butterbeer™ in the Backlot Café
Just like Harry, Ron and Hermione do in the Three Broomsticks Inn – this is your opportunity to taste some Butterbeer™ and see what all the fuss is about! Did you know that the Studios is one of only three places in the world where you can drink Butterbeer™?
Ride a Broomstick
Alas, Daniel Radcliffe didn’t really know how to ride a flying broomstick. It was all green screen and special effects magic! However get your chance to follow in the cast’s footsteps and ride a Broomstick over London with this extra tour activity.
Get ready for a trip to Hogwarts with the various gift shops
Get ready for a trip to Hogwarts with all the necessary wands, books, uniforms and other wizarding paraphernalia which can be purchased at the various gift shops throughout the tour. Make sure to check out VeryNeko’s range of Harry Potter merchandise before you go so you look like a true Potterhead!
Chocolate Frog Café
This café is open all day and is great for stopping by for refreshments! Inspired by the wizarding confectionary, Chocolate Frogs – this café has everything you need to keep you fuelled for a day of Harry Potter fan-girling!
Buckbeak is quite the sight! There are three-life size animatronic versions of the mystical creature on the tour and it was carefully designed to look realistic – which it certainly does.
Check for extra activities before you go
The Studios Tour is always evolving and changing, which means every time you go back there is something new to see. Check back here for live tours, interactive experiences and more. Such as withdrawing Galleons from Gringotts or experiencing the Dark Arts.