The Making of Harry Potter reminds of the Warner Bros. Studio where the movie was filmed. This is a fantastic opportunity for the fans of the Harry Potter as well to closely live the life of Hogwarts students and get into the forbidden forest. Take out the time to enjoy the whole movie on tour along with hearing anecdotes from the guides. Go further to reveal the secrets hidden behind the scenes and know about the costumes, props, and beautiful sets.
Get ready to explore the mystical world of Harry Potter series created by Warner Bros. Visit the platform nine ¾ along with visiting Hogwarts Express steam engine. The creation of iconic scenes, chance to climb the train’s carriage, and the luggage trolley that disappears through the platform wall, are the must visiting and experiencing a place, that one must have seen in the Harry Potter series.
In the movie the British Steam train no. 5972, ‘Olton Hall’ was used for the movie, and the scenes in the movie depict the working of the engine along with the last scene of the movie to be shot. The last scene features a grown-up Harry, Hermione, and Ron who wave their children while they head towards the school, and the scenes were filmed on the stage of Warner Bros. Studio. This spring welcomed the 78 years old steam engine to the production home and kept the large icon for display on the realistic tracks with the flow of steam blowing while visitors step to the platform.
The walking tour features the train’s adjoining carriage along with the interior carriage used during film making. On the set, there will be prop luggage featuring a game in which visitors are required to find out that which character owns which item just by turning the dial. Characters such as Draco Malfoy, Hermione Granger, Luna Lovegood, and many others are the part of the game. The studio features a shop demonstrating goodies related to subjects in the Harry Potter movie, especially on the Hogwarts Express.
Although The Hogwarts Students were not allowed to enter the Forbidden Forest, it is now open for visitors since March. The visitors have full freedom to deny the order of Professor Dumbledore’s and go on to follow the footsteps of Harry, Hermione, and Ron into the ground of the forbidden forest. The magical forest is home to various creatures, beloved of Hagrid and it gives shelter to Acromantula and Hippogriffs among several others. The visitors can also see the costume of Rubeus Hagrid set on display with a lantern in hand. The long 12 feet trees 19 in numbers spread all over the forest gives a chance to experience the weather conditions and can also be controlled by the techniques used by the filmmakers.
In the mid of the forest, there is a large model of Buckbeak that is new to the tour and will get the opportunity to bow in front of the majestic creature. To know more about the large Hippogriff, one needs to go closure to it and mark the detailing done on the feathers to create effects on them. Buckbeak was required on the set of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
After going further and deep inside the forest, there comes a model of Aragog, the popular Acromantula. This giant spider appears along with spiderlings before the visitors. The complete new expansion of 20000 ft is the creation of many crew members who have worked on many successful film series that includes BAFTA and OSCAR winning.
Year Around: Daily (Subject to availability) at 8:15am, 8:45pm, 9:15am, 10:15am, 11:15am, 12:45pm, 1:15pm
Duration: 7 Hours (Transportation Time: 3 Hours, Studio Tour: 4 Hours)
Departure Location: Victoria Coach Station (Gate 0), 164 Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria, SW1W 9TP
Return Location: The tour ends at the Victoria Train Station.
Duration for visiting inside the Studio is approximately 4 hours.
Children from the age of 3 to 4 years require a seat on the vehicles, and for them, 35 GBP applies
Infants and two years have free entry. Tickets may be required at times, so it is better to be notified before going.
Booking can not be cancelled or amended once ticket booked and confirmed.
Your Ticket is Valid for 1 Day, 24, 48 & 72 Hours
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