Warner Bros Harry Potter Studio Tour (London) Reviews
Description:See how the "Harry Potter" films were made on the Warner Brothers studio tour.
Newest Review: ... to drive to the tour, go round and then drive home all in one day. Finally d day arrived and I was so excited, we plugged the address into the sat nav and were surprised to be directed through a housing estate to a giant yellow air hanger. We were met by very friendly and enthusiastic staff who directed us through the large open air car park to a particular space. (Our time slot was 1:30 so ... more
Customer Warner Bros Harry Potter Studio Tour (London) Reviews (11)
by - written on 18/01/14 (Very useful, 21 readings)
I have been a hp fan ever since i read the first book, and couldn't wait to see all of the films, however once the last film had ended I felt a little lost...that is until someone told me about the hp studio tour near London (please note it is not in London it is in Leavesden- only a 20 mile drive away from London) When I was asked in March what I wanted to do for my birthday in August I knew that I wanted to go to the hp studio tour, and discover the magic behind the magic of hp! we decided that we wouldn't look on the website as we didn't want to spoil anything about it. By the end of June we thought we better look into the location and price of entry only ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/12/13 (Very useful, 62 readings)
Harry Potter has been part of my life for as long as I can remember. I have always been a huge fan and grew up reading the books, even making midnight trips with my mom to Asda to buy the books the minute they came out! - I am definitely part of the 'Harry Potter Generation'. I absolutely fell in love with the story and the magic of Harry Potter and I really hope my children will love it as much as I did (and still do). You can imagine my excitement when the films came out, meaning I could hang on to Harry Potter for that little bit longer! I regularly re-watch the films and have re-read the books several times (This is a bit more time consuming - Have you seen the size . Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/13 (Very useful, 84 readings)
The magical world of Harry Potter The studio is situated in leavesden, post code for sat nav is:- WD25 7GS I am and always have been and always will be a huge Harry potter fan, I still re read the books and watch the films. I'm a little excited to be writing this review to be honest with you. Opening times:- 9am- 6.30pm times may vary depending in the time of year you visit. Open 7 days a week except Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Ticket price 2013 :- Adult:- £29.00 Children:- £21.50 Family (2 adults, 2 children or 1 adult 3 children):- £85.00 Under 4-free You can also get a disabled ticket or group ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/09/13 (Very useful, 159 readings)
Since the day I read the first book in one sitting I have always been a huge Harry Potter fan. I love the books and I loved the films. So as you can imagine I was just a little bit excited when my friend announced that her birthday present to me this year was to take me to the Warner Brothers Harry Potter Studio Tour. I knew that various friends had been before and rated it highly so my expectations were high right from the start. You cannot just turn up at the studio tour; tickets must be bought in advance. I think this is a good thing as it means that they only allocate a certain number of visitors for each tour time slot meaning that it is never going to be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/13 (Very useful, 217 readings)
Have you devoured every page of the Harry Potter novels? Have you waited with great anticipation for each new film to be released? If so, the Warner Brothers Harry Potter studio tour should be a must on your wish list of places to visit this year. To be honest even if you are just moderately interested in the series, I think that this is an attraction well worth visiting as there is so much to experience. With about 80% of the tour being indoors it also makes this a perfect winter day out - something for which I was extremely grateful when I visited on a freezing cold sleety Sunday in February. What makes the tour feel so good is that you are in the actual ... Read the complete review
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