Shared Tour: Harry Potter Walking Tour
Take a Harry Potter Walking Tour into the magical world of wizardry in London.
Learn about London’s rich muggle and wizarding history, amazing facts about the books and films and see many of the Harry Potter film locations used in London, including the Ministry of Magic and the entrance to the Leaky Cauldron.
The tour features familiar Harry Potter film locations as well as iconic London landmarks and attractions including St Paul’s Cathedral, Millenium Bridge, Tate Modern, Borough and Leadenhall Markets and Monument.
Along the route of your Harry Potter walking tour, you’ll have plenty of chances to take lots of pictures and see the film locations up-close.
As with all of our walking tours, group sizes are limited to 20 people to ensure a better experience for you. As part of the tour, there will be a short tube journey, so you will need either an Oystercard or a Travelcard valid to travel in Zone 1.
The Harry Potter Walking Tour will finish at Bank Station.
This tour is provided on a reserved basis prior to departure. Passengers must contact the local sightseeing company upon arrival to reconfirm their tour.
The ticket hall inside Westminster tube station
2pm on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays (April to October); 2pm on Saturdays (November to March). (Dates in 2021 will vary).
Zone 1 Travelcard or Oyster Card (single journey) gratuities (optional)
The tour does not visit Platform 9 ¾; however, your guide can give you details on how to get there from the finishing point of the tour. Owing to the nature of the locations visited, this tour is not accessible for wheelchair users or for parents with prams or buggies. All people under 18 (i.en 17 years old and younger) must be accompanied by an adult (aged 18 years or over) on all tours. Warner Bros Studios is not included in this tour. A maximum of 20 people on this tour.
Disclaimer: Character names and the titles of movies and television shows referenced above are the trademarks of their respective owners. They are used to describe the tour’s features or locations and are not related in any way to Europe Express.