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The WB Studio Tour London- The Making of Harry Potter

The magic world of Harry Potter has attracted people of all genres across the world. The Warner Bros Studio located in Leavesden brings you this mesmerising world of wizards and witches. The Making of Harry Potter is a walking tour that takes you straight through Dumbledore’s office, lets you explore the Potion classroom and learn more about the Gryffindor Common Room.

The setup was put together to bring to light the different concepts and animatronics that have been used to make this larger than life project a worldwide success on the big screen. The tour involves a look through the costumes of the artists, models, the characters of the movie and the special effects used in all the sequels. It also educates visitors on how this mega project was a made a reality and reveals some of the hidden secrets of the movie. This tour has become one of the major tourist attractions of the city and is a must see for all Harry Potter fans.

The highlights of the tour include the unravelling of never seen before treasures, the cobbles of the Diagon Alley, life size models of the movie characters and massive sets from the movie itself. The tour costs about 59 pounds per person and tickets have to be purchased in advance through their website. The site is well maintained and has basic facilities such as restrooms, cafes and parking areas. There is a small gift shop at the studio that sells some unique Harry Potter merchandise. If you are from a school or would like to visit the place as a large group, make sure you book well in advance and avail special discounts.

The WB Studio Tour is located 20 miles away from the heart of London city. To get to the place from Central London tourists need to take a London Midland Train from Euston station to Watford Junction. The travel time between the two places is about 20 minutes. Dedicated Harry Potter shuttle buses run between Watford station and the Studio regularly.

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