Go for: Guided Tours
Duration: 2.5 hours
Guide: Professional tour guide
Go for: Combo Tours
Duration: 2.5 hours
Guide: Expert multilingual guide
Flexible Cancellation Policy:
Most Harry Potter Walking Tours can be canceled up to 24 before the experience begins. You can get a full refund on your purchase. Please check your ticket for more details at the time of booking.
Step onto the Millennium Bridge and witness a pivotal moment in the wizarding world's history. Experience the ominous atmosphere and a chilling takeover by the Death Eaters. Picture the dramatic scene of destruction on this very bridge, a haunting reminder of the dark times in the Harry Potter universe.
Step into the enchanting world of Gringotts, the formidable Goblin-run wizarding bank. Explore the grand halls and learn about its intricate security measures. Relive the iconic scene from the first film as Harry and Hagrid enter Gringotts Bank, filmed inside the Exhibition Room at Australia House Delve into the rich history and captivating lore of this magical landmark.
Step into the enchanting world of Diagon Alley at London's Leadenhall Market. Experience the vibrant energy first-hand as witches and wizards buy their magical essentials. Explore the charming shops showcasing rare and peculiar items and keep an eye out for hidden Harry Potter treasures, including authentic Gringotts banknotes, adding an extra layer of magic to your tour.
Experience the magic at King’s Cross Station, a place of profound significance in Harry's journey. Walk in the footsteps of the young wizard as he first encounters Platform 9 ¾, forging lasting bonds with the Weasleys. Stand on Platform 9¾ and immerse yourself in these iconic moments.
The start times for Harry Potter walking tours vary.
From Monday to Friday, tours commence at 10:00 AM and onwards
On Saturdays and Sundays, they begin at 10:30 AM and onwards.
Address: 113 Shaftesbury Ave, London W1D 5AY, United Kingdom
By Bus: Take buses 24, 29, 176, N29, or N279 to Stop D, Cambridge Circus. The theatre is a one-minute walk from the stop.
By Metro: From Charing Cross Underground Station, take the Northern Line (Black) to Leicester Square Station. The Palace Theatre is a short walk away.
By Car: Drive on the A401 to Charing Cross Road, then turn left onto Shaftesbury Avenue. The Palace Theatre will be on your left. Public parking near the Palace Theatre is available, but central London parking can be challenging. Consider using public transportation.
Your Harry Potter walking tour will end at King’s Cross Station
You will cover all the popular filming locations like Millennium Bridge, King’s Cross Station, Leadenhall Market, London Zoo and more on your Harry Potter walking tour in London.
Yes. Your Harry Potter walking tour will include a multilingual tour guide who will accompany you.
It's recommended to purchase tickets online in advance to secure your spot, as tours can sell out, especially during peak seasons.
The meeting point is at Palace Theatre, 113 Shaftesbury Ave, London W1D 5AY, United Kingdom. It is recommended that you meet your tour guide and group at the location 15 minutes in advance to avoid unexpected delays and to get settled.
The tour includes visits to iconic film locations, such as Gringotts Bank, Diagon Alley, and King's Cross Station's Platform 9 ¾, among others.
The duration of the tour varies, but it usually lasts around 2 to 3 hours.
Yes, the tour visits actual film locations used in the Harry Potter series.
Yes, the tour guides are usually well-informed about the Harry Potter books and films, providing interesting insights and trivia.
Yes, there are ample opportunities to take photos at various iconic locations.
Yes, most Harry Potter walking tours are family-friendly and suitable for fans of all ages.
Depending on the time and location, there may be some crowds, especially at popular spots like King's Cross Station.
Comfortable shoes for walking and weather-appropriate clothing are recommended. Bringing a charged camera or phone for photos is also a good idea.