Harry Potter Film Location Day Tour
Tour Harry Potter sites used for Hogwarts and walk in the footsteps of the boy wizard himself
Visit the inspiration for the Hogwarts dining room
See the house used as the home of James and Lily Potter in Godric's Hollow, where they were murdered by Lord Voldemort Enter the Harry Potter locations used as Professor Snape’s potion room and the Hogwarts corridors Walk up the same stairs where Professor McGonagall (Maggie Smith) first greeted Harry and other new Hogwarts students Stand in the same room where Professor Quirrell taught his Defence
All aboard as we take you on a Harry Potter Tour of locations in Oxford and Lacock. On this magical adventure to some of England’s most historic places and scenic countryside, you will see Harry Potter locations including sites which were either used in actual scenes from Hogwarts School or served as an inspiration to the film makers.
On the Harry Potter tour you will get to experience one of the most beautiful villages in England and get a guided tour around the ancient streets and its local Abbey. Here you can have a pub lunch or eat from one of the local bakeries, stretch your legs and soak up the history of this picturesque village.
Then we’ll take you to the City of Dreaming Spires, Oxford, where you will get a chance to visit the University Colleges which doubled as Hogwarts School.*
Learn how the films were made, discuss the books and hear trivia about the magical world of Harry Potter. During the trip you’ll have the chance to get off the bus and walk around the locations we visit, take pictures and re-create some of the scenes from the films. Please note that as there will be walking involved in the tour it may not be suitable for those with mobility problems.
Feel free to dress up as Harry or any other character in the series (only if you want to). On the tour Harry Potter trivia questions will be asked so keep your spell book handy as we want to test you knowledge of spells and see how well you know Harry, Ron and Hermione.
The trip will finish in Kensington near to Gloucester Road tube station. Customer Reviews
Friday at 8.30am (6 Apr – 31 Aug) Saturday at 8.30am (15 & 29 Sep and 27 Oct)
Gloucester Road tube station (District, Circle and Piccadilly lines). Your guide will be standing outside Flowers Inc next to the station entrance with a wand.Gloucester Road tube station (District, Circle and Piccadilly lines).
Entry fees to sites in Lacock Abbey (Adult £8.70 Child £4.30), Christchurch College (Adult £8.00 Child/Concessions £6.50), New College (£3 entry fee) and Divinity School (£1) are NOT included. Please bring cash for entry. You can bring your own lunch and eat it at Lacock village or a pub lunch would cost approx £10 p/p which is not included. Gratuities (optional)
Tour Duration: 10 hours