Warner Bros. Studio Tour
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Ticketing opens 90 days in advance and will sell out. Don't delay
Visiting London with a Harry Potter fan in the group? There's a good chance the Warner Bros. Studio Tour's, The Making of Harry Potter has come up in conversation at some point during your planning! Wildly popular with families, it is pretty much impossible to visit without securing a ticket and time slot in advance. Join an arranged tour from the city centre or secure your own tickets up to 90 days ahead of your planned arrival. Be aware that availability doesn't last, the tickets sell out very quickly.
Once you've got your visit secured with a ticket, the rest is pretty easy. Expect up to 5 or 6 hours of time to explore the replicas and set designs you've come to know and love from the film world. Our own client experience has been positive, outside of arrival times, the staff are friendly and typically able to address special needs requests. Plan to arrive at Watford Junction train station with sufficient time to find and then board the shuttle if you're visiting the site independently, it is a fair distance from the city's centre.
If you're not joining a pre-arranged tour, best bet for travel from London is via overland train from Euston Station to Watford Junction, from there a shuttle to and from the train station runs an exclusive service for voucher-holding guests.
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