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I really really enjoyed the Harry Potter tour. I took my kids on this tour thinking I would be bored but our tour guide kept us very entertained with his knowledge of london and harry potter; which was amazing. He amused both adults and kids with his wisdom of Harry potter. I truly recommend this tour. Have fun x
A fabulous way to see parts of central London we have never seen before - hidden alleyways and pockets of history. The HP stuff was a bonus. George our guide was fantastic - he was interesting and fun and relaxed and engaging. The whole family loved it !
My teenage children LOVED this tour however battled with the cold in December.
A must-see for HP fans. We thoroughly enjoyed it, our tour guide George was brillian, he knew lots of interesting facts about HP that made the tour particularly delightful!
Whilst booking I was rather hesitant as the 2.5 hour tour duration seemed rather long considering that it was for my 9 year old daughter. But now having been on the tour, the time flew by whilst we were abosrbing the sights of the Leaky Cauldron, Diagon Alley and Nocturn Alley just to mention a few and not forgetting the Platform 9 3/4.
Overall fantastic tour!
Great for Harry Potter fans! The tour ends at Kings Cross Station for a picture with Platform nine and three quarters!
It was fabulous! Our tour guide, George, was very knowledgable, funny and very personable. WE loved it. Our feet were a little tired, but it was well worth it.
This tour was mainly for my 11 year old son, but my 2 girls aged 14 and 16 also participated and all 3 found it highly enjoyable and very interesting.
A great tour for Harry Potter fans. I'm not, but my daughter is and she loved it. Make sure you haven't exhausted yourself with too much walking during the day!
This was one of the best walking tours that we have been on. We not only got to see HP related places, but also Britain's oldest pub, oldest market, Scotland Yard, Bank of England etc., The short trip on a boat in the River Thames was a nice interlude.
Very entertaining Guide and the trip is absolutely worth the money!
This tour was a blast. The group was big, but for this kind of tour it didn't really matter. Our guide, Monica did a wonderful job!!!
Anyone interested in Harry Potter should do this walk. It not only takes you to filming sites etc but also gives a good insight into London. Photo opportunity at the end allows you to take photos of platform 9 3/4. Loved it and recommend it to all ages.
Guide was friendly and knowledgeable in Harry Potter. Had pictures to show the scenes from the movies. Good walking pace and there was also a short ferry ride on the Thames which whilst not expected was delightful. You also catch a tube to Kings Cross station where the tours finishes. Would definately recommend to all Potter fans.
Went over the time frame given but very informative and lots of fun
Good tour for Harry fans. Learnt lots of interesting details about the movies and locations. Disappointed did not get to see the train. Pictures at station was a nice touch.
My girlfriend and I went on this walking tour on 13th February and we loved it. The tour guide was amazing. We are huge Harry Potter fans and we recommend it. It's worth it.
We really enjoyed this tour, especially the back streets and alley ways that we'd have never known about otherwise.
The tour guide was knowledgable and did a good job, but it was quite honestly too much walking for me (and I'm a pretty active individual). Would still recommend it though.
Very nice guide, knew his Harry Potter and London. Our Harry Potter-loving daughter adored the trip :)
Very informative tour. The two guides were very knowledgable and quite witty but I felt the tour group was a bit large. We had about 30 people in our group and it was quite easy to miss some commentary or in fact lose sight of the tour leaders in the hustle and bustle of busy London streets. Still we got to see parts of London that we would not have ordinarily seen ourselves.