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If you or your family are fans of the hugely successful Harry Potter film series, then be sure not to miss this amazing opportunity to visit the set of the movies and take a behind-the-scenes look at the magic behind the eight-movie series.

Explore the incredible sets and marvel at the costumes and props as you are told secrets about the making of the films and shown things that the camera never let you see before.

You'll have the opportunity to learn about the special effects and animatronics that helped make Harry Potter one of the most successful film series of all time.

Discover the wonder of the Great Hall, the setting for some of Harry Potter's most famous scenes, and catch a glimpse of some iconic props, including Harry's Nimbus 2000 broomstick and Hagrid's motorbike.

The tours takes place at Leavesden Studios , 20 miles outside of London. 

 Visit their website to more information about the Studio Tour.

For trouble free travel and easy access we recommend that you use Golden Tours.
Golden Tours are Warner Bros preferred partner and you can book the travel and entry to the studio from them. The Golden Tours departure point is in Gloucester Place - 200mtrs from the Americana.
After the tour has ended they will bring you back to Baker Street

Ask at the reception or email us if you want us to book this tour for you

If you have already booked your Studio Tour you can travel independantly from the Americana: take the Bakerloo Line northbound from Baker Street to Queens Park and change to the London Overground service. Take the London Overground train to Watford Junction. A Watford Junction a shuttle bus operated by Mullany's Coaches, takes you directly to the studio - journey time of arround 15 minutes. You will need to arrive at Watford Junction 45 minutes before the time stated on your ticket and have your ticket or booking confirmation ready when boarding the shuttle bus.

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