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Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter

So one of my favourite people in the world Marla, brought me tickets for Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter for my birthday/ Christmas present. She knows me so well. As I am north of London and we chose to drive. It was fairly easy to get to and has plenty of free parking.


I cannot begin to say how much I enjoyed this tour, I had high expectations as I've wanted to visit the Harry Potter Studios for some time and I have to say they were exceeded. We visited on the last day of Hogwarts in the snow, all the sets were decorated for Christmas plus it was snowing.








Touring around the studio makes you realise how much effort the people have put in to make the magical world come true, It's just truly mesmerizing.The staffs were excellent and very knowledgeable, you can tell that they really enjoy working there!

I found it easy to walk around as a person with mobility issues. The only place I struggled was in the cobbled street where the shops are, it is very bumpy however manageable.

The sets, costumes,props, Hogwarts train were better than anything you can ever imagine, areas can get a little crowded but it’s expected. 



Of course I couldn't come to The Making Harry Potter and not try the Butterbeer. It was a little bit too sweet for my liking but refreshing, It's non alcoholic so children can have it too. My friends had the Butterbeer ice cream and both agreed that it was lush.


The Forbidden Forest is fantastic and The Hogwarts Castle at the end is simply breathtaking. The souvenir shop is a bit on the pricey side but that is to be expected!  

Harry Potter fan or not, I highly recommend you visit and lose yourself to the magic of Harry Potter.

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