Harry Potter Walking Tour in London

Calling all wizards it’s time to see the magic behind Harry Potter on the wizard walking tour around London! The tour will start at Westminster Station and here you will retrace the journey taken by Harry and Mr Weasley on their visit to The Ministry of Magic. From here your magical guide will lead you through Westminster past the home of the non-magic Prime Minster. Then its on to the secret entrance to the Ministry of Magic as seen in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and will finish at Bank Station.

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Join in on the magical two-hour guided walking tour exploring more than 10 Harry Potter London locations in the British capital led by magic and non-magic folk.
The tour features Harry Potter London film locations as well as iconic London landmarks and attractions across the capital. Iconic sites include St Paul’s Cathedral, Millennium Bridge, Tate Modern, Borough and Leadenhall Markets, and Monument.
  • Duration; 2 hours
  • Price Adult (16 years+): £15 Child (5 – 15 years): £10 Toddler (0 – 4 years): No ticket required
  • Tour guide is included
  • The tour doesn’t visit Platform 9 ¾ at King’s Cross Station. However, your guide can give you details on how to get there from the finishing point of the tour.
  • As the locations are spread far and wide you will need to take a short tube journey. So you need either an Oyster card, a contactless card or a Travelcard valid to travel in Zone 1.

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