Absolute must! Even being a 27 year old, this was so much fun! The audio guides are highly suggested.
Awsome tour and I'm not even a Harry Potter fan,,,,all the props, sets, just incredible ,well worth a visit. My wife is a huge fan. She basically lost her mind. Lol
MAGICAL DAY! Everything worked out perfectly from the bus ride, to being first in line, to having plenty to take in all the studio had to offer. So worth it!
Great job of presenting the highlights of the book. Potter fans will feel like they're really there.
This is a tour I would recommend to anyone - not only die hard Harry Potter fans. We had a fantastic driver - Malcolm, who entertained us with a commentary about London on our way to the attraction. We had to queue along with the other customers but it didn't take too long. There is SO much to see here, loads to keep everybody happy. We had about 3 hours to spend here which we felt was plenty time but some other felt they needed longer. Recommend this to all.
The bus out to the Warner Brothers studio was comfortable and efficient. The tour of the studio was nothing short of amazing! Unbelievable! We will never forget it
Very comfortable and well organized. The time to stay is sufficient to see and also to relax.
Excellent! We enjoyed our tour! We love HP and it was great to see everything at the studio. It was a bit difficult to find where the Victoria Coach Station was. It is not where Victoria tube station is and about a 10 minute walk from there. It would be helpful to have a map sent with the itinerary.
For Harry Potter fans this is a great place to visit. The Studio tour provides a really fun and fascinating look behind the scenes of these delightful movies WITHOUT taking away the magic. The green screen interactive sets were especially fun.
Excellent coach service, hotel pick-up and the best Harry Potter experience ever!
This tour was excellent - thoroughly enjoyable from the moment we got on the coach at Victoria Coach Station - Malcolm our driver was superb and did a running commentary all through London CBD on the way to Watford which was very interesting and informative.The tour of the studios was fantastic and well worth a look.
We thoroughly recommend this tour
If you're going to be in London and have a free day I highly recommend this tour, especially if you love Harry Potter. I imagine it would be difficult to get to the studio on your own unless you've rented a car. If that's the case, go on your own to spend more time, otherwise take the tour. We were able to do this tour, with our am free and then another tour that evening. The bus ride was comfortable, and the group we were with was small. It allowed for spacious seating.
We did the 11:30 tour and it was well worth the money. We arrived at the studio and went right into the tour. It's a self-guided tour mostly. You start with two Warner Bros. guides for videos. One does an intro in a room that you are not permitted to take pictures in. Don't worry, pictures aren't really necessary. The second is a theater-like room, again no pictures. After here you are allowed to take pictures. The theater opened up to the great hall and you'll get your third guide that explains the venue and what you're seeing in the Great Hall. You're then on your own to roam through the site.
There's employees around that can answer any of your questions. Don't forget to search for the Snitches!
There's a cafe about halfway through so you can stop there for the Butterbeer and Butterbeer ice cream both are good. We didn't wait for food because of the time frame. We had our treats and continued on.
Definitely recommend taking this tour, it was as I said worth the money and a lot of fun to see!
It was an amazone well-organized experience. Very friendly driver. We would definitely recommend it.
Absolutely amazing! I would do this again in a heartbeat! The motorcoach was climate-controlled and very comfortable. Traveling in the off-season helped with the crowd on the tour I had seats all to myself. Of course, once we arrived at the studios, it was packed with folks. But that's OK. We were told what time to be back to the coach, and it left us with more than four hours to explore. The tour is entirely self-guided, which I usually prefer. Part of the studio is outdoors, but it's a small part of it. If you are hoping to avoid crowds, you won't find that on this tour it is extremely popular. The only hope you have is to go very early, and even then ... good luck. It was an amazing day and one I would do over every time I am in London.
An out-of-this-world experience for any Harry Potter fan. Apart from the long queues for the broom ride photos and getting onto Hogwarts Express, there was so much to discover. You need at least 3 hours to give this place justice and be prepared to be awestruck. Probably worthwhile to bring some food with you because both cafeterias inside and outside could get quite full.
The tour was well organised, the exhibition was great and our driver, Malcolm was an excellent tour guide.