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Harry Potter™ Film Locations Guided Tour

Mobile Ticket
Duration: 2 hr. 30 min.
Ticket Options
Cancellation Policy
  • Walk the streets of London and make your way to some of the most iconic film locations of the Harry Potter™ Films - the 8 series franchise that inspired an entire generation to read and dream.
  • Marvel at famous locations such as Gringott's Bank, the 900-year-old Clink Prison, Diagon Alley™, and then some on this guided tour.
  • Enjoy the company and the commentary of your fellow Harry Potter™ enthusiast guide, who will even click a picture of you with the disappearing trolley - the perfect souvenir for wizarding folk at Platform 9¾™.
  • This tour is guaranteed to amuse fans of all ages, with picture-perfect photo ops, immersive commentary, a quiz, and even a sorting ceremony to determine which house you truly belong to!
  • This walking tour goes beyond the Harry Potter™ filming locations and also includes delightful visits to Shakespeare's Globe and St. Paul's Cathedral, to name a few.
  • Note, this tour does not include tickets to the Warner Bros. Studio.

This ticket offers the following variants you can choose from:

  • English-Guided Tour
  • Spanish-Guided Tour
  • Italian-Guided Tour
  • Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 24 hours before the schedule

Harry Potter Film Locations Guided Tour + Thames Boat Cruise

Mobile Ticket
Duration: 2 hr. 30 min.
Discounted Tickets
Cancellation Policy
  • This 2.5 hour guided tour guarantees to amuse and inspire Potterheads of all ages as you explore several iconic film locations, immortalized by the 8 series Harry Potter franchise.
  • Take a stroll on the real Diagon Alley, purchase your first wand, take great photos at Platform 9 ¾, visit Daniel Radcliffe's School, the 900-year-old Clink Prison and so much more!
  • Live your wizarding dreams with immersive and interactive commentary provided by your fellow Harry Potter enthusiast guide, as well as quizzes and your own sorting ceremony.
  • End your tour with a Thames Boat Cruise and cross under the bridge that was destroyed by the Death Eaters in "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince."
  • This guided tour is available in a variety of languages, i.e. English, French, German and Italian.
  • Infants aged 3 years and below do not require a ticket for this tour.
  • This tour cannot be canceled, amended or rescheduled.

Harry Potter Film Locations Walking Tour

Mobile Ticket
Duration: 3 hr.
Free Cancellation

Head out on an enchanting half-day tour of the wizarding world!

  • Meet your expert guide at Westminster Underground Station and get started on your magical journey
  • Tour the Ministry of Magic’s headquarters and see all the places the Death Eaters wreaked havoc on
  • Head to The Leaky Cauldron and see the many houses and shops that inspired Diagon Alley
  • Your tour ends at Platform 9¾ at King’s Cross Station, where you can take photographs as you board your train to Hogwarts
  • The tour begins at 9 AM and ends at 12 PM
  • Parts of this tour require a valid travel card/Oyster card (not included)
  • Ages 15yrs and under, as well as students, seniors aged 60yrs and above, and families enjoy reduced pricing
  • Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 24h before the schedule
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Harry Potter™ Walking Tours London

In 1997, after facing multiple rejections, JK Rowling’s book about The Boy Who Lived, hit the bookshelves. 23 years later, the Harry Potter™ series lives on in the hearts and minds of millennials everywhere. 

Avid readers and film enthusiasts around the world will always remember iconic moments from the books and series, from the trio breaking into Gringotts, to Harry and Ron crashing into Platform 9 ¾™ before their 2nd year. 

Fans now have the chance to experience the magic first-hand -- head out on a Harry Potter walking tour in London! Visit film locations where memorable scenes took place: Death Eaters destroying a bridge full of muggles, the famous trio escaping to Tottenham Court Road, the staircase leading up to Professor Trelawney’s office and so much more.

Opt for a Harry Potter walking tour walk in the footsteps of your favorite witches and wizards!

Harry Potter™ Walking Tour Options

Harry Potter walking tour London

Guided Tour

The best way to explore popular filming locations is by opting for a guided Harry Potter walking tour. Your experience will provide a professional, multilingual tour guide who will accompany you along the way to all the filming locations, all the while revealing interesting trivia and tidbits about the Harry Potter universe. The tour guide will take you to locations like St. Paul’s Cathedral, Borough Market, Millennium Bridge and more.

Harry Potter walking tour

Combo Tour

While on a Harry Potter walking tour, you can explore all the popular filming locations, be it King’s Cross Station or Trafalgar Square. Another way to enhance your step into the magical world of witchcraft and wizardry is by opting for combo tours. Opt for a Harry Potter walking tour with a cruise on River Thames and get a wonderful view of London’s skyline, including the spectacular London Eye.

Harry Potter™ Walking Tour Locations

The vibrant city of London is home to an abundance of locations where famous scenes from the Harry Potter films have been shot. Remember the stunning staircase that led up to the Divination classrooms? That’s from inside the St. Paul’s Cathedral! And the glasshouse where Harry befriended a Boa Constrictor? That was shot inside the Reptile House at London Zoo. Here are a few of the most popular filming locations in London that you would visit while on a Harry Potter walking tour.

Harry Potter walking tour

King’s Cross Station

In the wizarding world, King’s Cross Station has symbolically been a part of pivotal moments in Harry’s life. Be it when he asks the Weasleys how to get onto Platform 9 ¾, thereby establishing a life-long relationship with them, to the era-defining conversation with Dumbledore after Voldemort’s killing curse backfired in Book 7. Visit the station and step onto Platform 9¾ to relive those memorable moments.

Harry Potter walking tour

Leadenhall Market

Diagon Alley is always brimming with witches and wizards, hurrying about shopping for magical supplies. Experience the hustle and bustle of Diagon Alley at Leadenhall Market in London. The narrow street is lined with quaint little shops displaying and selling rare, unusual items. There are plenty of Harry Potter easter eggs hidden: keep an eye out for memorabilia, including banknotes from Gringotts.

Harry Potter walking tour

Australia House

We all remember Gringotts -- the intimidating, Goblin-run wizarding bank, delicately put as, “yeh’d be mad ter try an’ rob it,” by Hagrid. Scenes between Harry and Hagrid during the first film where they enter Gringotts Bank were shot inside the Exhibition Room at the Australia House. The long tables, bright and heavy lighting served as the perfect backdrop to introduce viewers to an establishment run by Goblins.

Millennium bridge Harry Potter walking tour london

Millennium Bridge

Life in the wizarding world deteriorated rapidly once Voldemort started rapidly gaining power at the end of Harry’s 5th Year. This was signified in the movies by showcasing a hostile takeover by the Death Eaters -- by destroying a bridge full of innocent muggles. This scene was shot on the Millenium Bridge in London; a location you can walk along and picture Fenrir Greyback taking control.

Plan Your Visit

Getting There
Know Before You Go
What are Harry Potter™ walking tour timings?

Timings for each Harry Potter walking tour differ. On weekdays, a tour would begin 10:00 AM onwards, while on Saturday and Sunday, from 10:30 AM onwards.

What is the duration of a Harry Potter™ walking tour?

The average length of a Harry Potter walking tour would last about 2.5 hours.

What is the meeting point for a Harry Potter™ walking tour in London?

Your Harry Potter walking tour will begin at the Palace Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 5AY.

How do I get to the Palace Theatre for my Harry Potter™ walking tour?

Get off at Stop D at Cambridge Circus. You can take buses 24, 29, 176, N29 or N279 to reach your destination. The bus stop is at a 1-minute walking distance to the Palace Theatre.

What languages can my Harry Potter™ walking tour guide speak?

Your multilingual tour guide can speak English, along with French, German, Italian and Spanish among others.

What dress code should I follow for my Harry Potter™ walking tour in London?

Since your tour experience is on foot, we recommend wearing comfortable clothing and walking shoes.

Do I need to carry anything along on my Harry Potter™ walking tour in London?

Yes. You can carry a refillable water bottle to keep you hydrated through your Harry Potter walking tour.

Harry Potter™ Walking Tour FAQs

Q. What locations will I cover on my Harry Potter™ walking tour in London?

A. You will cover popular filming locations like King’s Cross Station, Millennium Bridge, Leadenhall Market, London Zoo, St. Paul’s Cathedral and more on your Harry Potter walking tour in London.

Q. Does my Harry Potter™ walking tour include a tour guide?

A. Yes. Your Harry Potter walking tour includes a multilingual tour guide who will accompany you along the way.

Q. Are audio guides provided as part of my Harry Potter™ walking tour?

A. No. Audio guides are not provided as part of a Harry Potter walking tour. Your tour guide will ensure that you are up-to-date with all the necessary information.

Q. What is the meeting point for a Harry Potter™ walking tour in London?

A. Please meet your group 15 minutes in advance at Palace Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 5AY.

Q. Can I cancel my Harry Potter™ walking tour?

A. Not all Harry Potter walking tours can be canceled. Please check before you book your tour.

Q. Do I have to carry a physical copy of my Harry Potter™ walking tour confirmation?

A. No. You will receive tickets on your phone confirming your Harry Potter tour booking. You do not have to carry a physical copy.