“I solemnly swear that I am up to no good.”
If you want to feel exactly what Harry Potter felt while saying these lines, then get your hands on this amazing London Walking Tour of Harry Potter Film Locations! Walk in the sets where once the boy who lived took his very first steps into the magical world of Hogwarts.
Follow your guide around the city to unfold this spellbinding tour around the city of London, starting at the Westminster Pier. From there on, head towards the visitor’s entrance to the Great Scotland Yard which appears in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix as the Ministry of Magic!
Up next on the tour is the entrance to the Leaky Cauldron at London’s most famous market, Borough Market, as used in the first film in this epic series.
Next, enter into the Diagon Alley, the market for wizards that appears in the first movie Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone. The inspiration of this location comes from Cecil Court which is home to many old shops selling antiques and also Goodwin’s Court historic alley, a 400-year-old stretch lined with Georgian bowed windows.
The tour also makes you stand at the exact location over the Millenium Bridge which was attacked by Death Eaters in Harry Potter and The Half-Blood Prince.
The tour ends at the famous Platform 9 ¾ or so to speak, the Kings Cross Station, the gateway to everything magical and Hogwarts! Capture the experience forever by opting for a photo pushing your very own cart. The cost of the photo is however not included in the tour.
Learn about amazing attractions in this walking tour and with personal audio headsets, you’ll hear every word of your wizarding commentary from your expert live guide.
About the Supplier: Evan Evans is the longest established sightseeing company with over 86 years' of service. Established in 1933, the company is known for its impeccable service and hospitality. They deliver memorable guided tours in and around London and have a fleet of ultra-modern, Mercedes-Benz coaches, complete with free Wi-Fi, USB chargers and full air conditioning on-board.
Voucher information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)