Harry Potter fans! This is a fantastic opportunity to spend the day and fully indulge in the world of J K Rowling's masterpiece and world-wide phenomenon - Harry Potter. You will have the unique opportunity to browse the many sets used in the Harry Potter films and have your photo's taken by some of the most memorable artifacts seen in the movies.
|Age Range: 10 - 80yrs|
|Tour Pace: Relaxed|
|Group Size: 25 - 50|
|Sun. 7th Jul 2019||GBP £95|
|Wed. 10th Jul 2019||GBP £115||Tour Full|
|Sun. 14th Jul 2019||GBP £115||Tour Full|
|Wed. 17th Jul 2019||GBP £95|
|Sun. 21st Jul 2019||GBP £115|
|Wed. 24th Jul 2019||GBP £95|
|Sun. 28th Jul 2019||GBP £115||Tour Full|
|Wed. 31st Jul 2019||GBP £95|
|Thu. 1st Aug 2019||GBP £85|
|Wed. 7th Aug 2019||GBP £95||Tour Full|
|Sun. 25th Aug 2019||GBP £95|
We depart early morning to the world famous 'Warner Bros. Harry Potter Studios' which is in Watford, north London. On arrival you will have a tour of the studio and have lots of free time for souvenir shopping and why not try the delicious 'Butter Beer'?
We depart in the afternoon and arrive back in the early evening
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