Harry Potter London Walk
Follow in the footsteps of your favourite wizards and witches on the Harry Potter London Walk. Discover the magical locations hiding in plain sight among London’s winding streets.
This walking tour allows you to explore the Wizarding World at your own pace. With your helpful guide on-hand, you will be sure to visit all of the sites that brought the Harry Potter books to life on the big screen.
Prices from €14
The Harry Potter London Walk takes in the most famous locations from the movies.
You’ll have the chance to get your picture taken at Old Scotland Yard. The exterior of this building appears in two movies: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallow Part 1. This is where the characters go to enter the Ministry of Magic.
Also from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, you’ll stop at the Westminster tube station. This is where Mr Weasley struggles to get through the ticket barriers when heading to board a train with Harry. In true Mr Weasley style, he is amazed by the muggle technology.
This tour will also bring you through the Leadenhall and Borough markets. Locations here were used for the Leakey Cauldron and Diagon Alley throughout the movies. These markets are also great places to pick up some tasty treats or souvenirs from your time in London.
You’ll also get to walk under Millenium Bridge, which was destroyed by Death Eaters in Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. Fortunately, the bridge collapsing was just some movie magic. In real life, it is still standing and structurally sound.
The Harry Potter London Walk offers a relaxing tour around one of the world’s most famous cities.
Strolling through the historic streets you will see iconic locations and hear insider stories from the production of these epic movies. It is a magical experience for the whole family to enjoy! Book now!
A section of this tour includes a short tube journey. Patrons will need to have an Oystercard or a valid Zone 1 Travelcard.
Departing from Westminster tube station and finishing at Bank Station. Tours last approx. 2 hours.
Due to uneven surfaces and the nature of the locations visited, this tour is not accessible for wheelchair users and parents with prams or buggies.
Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.