For fans of Harry Potter, the Warner Bros. Studio London should be at the top of your England itinerary. On this full-day tour from London, you’ll travel with ease to the Making of Harry Potter and discover the exact sets used in the magical film franchise. Stroll down Diagon Alley, sit on the Hogwart’s Express, and ride the Knight Bus before heading to Oxford for a walking tour of the historic university city. This family-friendly tour is limited to 20 people in order to maintain an intimate atmosphere.
Full-day tour of the Making of Harry Potter at Warner Bros Studio London and Oxford from London
Family-friendly and perfect for Harry Potter fans
Visit sets used in the Harry Potter film franchise and see magic props direct from the movies
Walk through Diagon Alley, Hagrid's Hut, and Griffyndor Common Room
Take a walking tour of Oxford's historic university buildings
Entry into the Warner Bros Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter
Entry to the Divinity School, Oxford
Entry fees to colleges in Oxford unless otherwise stated
Departure & Return
229 Great Portland St, Fitzrovia, London W1W 5PP, UK
Returns to original departure point
What To Expect
Greet your guide at Great Portland Street and board an air-conditioned coach destined for the Warner Bros Studio London in Watford. Arrive at the Making of Harry Potter at Warner Bros Studio London and be instantly catapulted into the magical world of witchcraft and wizardry. Begin your tour in the Great Hall, then continue to Dumbledore’s Office, the Ministry of Magic, 4 Privet Drive, and the Gryffindor Common Room. Snap photographs at Platform 9 3/4 and on the Hogwart’s Express, take a seat on the Knight Bus, and marvel at a scale model of Hogwart’s Castle. After a magical tour of the studios, continue your journey to Oxford. Here, you’ll embark on a walking tour that covers top attractions such as the Bodleian Library, the Radcliffe Camera, and the Sheldonian Theatre, and admire the grand architecture of Oxford University, founded in the 12th century. Then, you’ll have free time before returning to Victoria Coach Station by air-conditioned coach.
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Children must be accompanied by an adult
Minimum age is 5 years
Please arrive at least 10 minutes prior to departure time
The studio tour is wheelchair accessible
Please note Oxford is a historical city with old buildings so many areas are not suitable for wheelchair users
Walking tour in Oxford covers approximately 3/4m (1km)
All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.
Reviews by Viator travelers
An excellent trip. Warner Bros...
, Aug 2017
An excellent trip. Warner Bros Studio London is quite hard to get to, so it simplified things going on a tour and having a bus take you there. By the time we got our ticket and got into the studio we only had just over 3 hours, which was a little bit short, as we did need to rush at the end, didn't have time to eat during the visit tricky if you are there with children and we had to constantly keep track of the time. I think 4 hours in the actual studio would have been better. The studio itself is fantastic and we really enjoyed the visit. The walking tour and time in Oxford was excellent - the tour guide was very informative, friendly and helpful. A long day, but would highly recommend this combined tour.
Booked this tour since the family was interested in seeing the Harry Potter tour and overall it was okay. Pickup was on-time, however, some others in the group were not notified of the later pickup time so they waited an additional hour. Unlike the description here, the tour contained more than 9 people and we were transported in a mini-bus. The mini-bus itself did not seem to have a functional AC, so we were all kept warm in the bus, though the fans themselves were working. When you arrive to the studio/tour for Harry Potter, the tour guide leaves since it is self-guided. They give you a good amount of time to go through and see everything and grab a bite to eat at the studio and do some gift shopping. Afterwards, they take you to Oxford and give a small walking tour followed by an hour of free time to see the sites. Oxford itself was a really nice town with a lot of small shops an hour isn't enough to explore the whole town since it is fairly large, but it is enough to give thoughts about returning to see what else is around. Our tour guide was pretty great he was knowledgable in the area of Harry Potter and Oxford and was accommodating to the needs of the group and tried to talk to the driver to fix the air. Overall, this tour is okay, for the most part, you are paying for is the transportation and the entrance fees.