Bus Tour of Harry Potter Locations in London
- Price for 1 Participant
If you love the Harry Potter series or know someone who does,
look no further than this superb Harry Potter Movie Bus Tour in
London! This is the perfect experience gift for any Potterhead - or
just a fun activity to enjoy yourself ... after all, why should the
Muggles miss out?!
This is your chance to experience the magic of Harry Potter for yourself during a fun bus tour of London and explore many of the film's locations and inspirations. With fascinating settings throughout the capital you can be assured of an exciting, informative and fun-packed day out as you gain thrilling insights into the wizarding world. You will visit Kings Cross Station where you can get a photo pushing a trolley through the wall at Platform 9 ¾; you will discover the inspiration behind 12 Grimmauld Place and visit the location used for the Leaky Cauldron pub; you will see the route of the Knight Bus; you will visit the location used for the exterior of Gringotts Bank and discover the entrance to the Ministry of Magic. Along the way you will learn plenty of new information about the books and how the films were made, and will be able to put your Harry Potter knowledge to the test!
This fantastic tour is a must for any Harry Potter fan; it's your chance combine a sightseeing tour of London with learning more about your favourite wizard. With plenty of opportunities to get out of the bus and see the locations up close, this is simply a day out you will never forget!
The Harry Potter Movie Bus Tour in London When? Saturday 2pm: (16 Feb - 26 Oct) and Saturday 1pm: (2 Nov - 28 Dec) Sunday 10am: (7 - 28 Jul and 1 Sep) Wednesday 2pm: (29 May, 19 Jun, Jul - Aug & 30 Oct)
The Harry Potter Movie Bus Tour in London is suitable for all people over the age of 12.
Experience Duration: 03:00
Time at Venue: 03:00
The Harry Potter Movie Bus Tour in London lasts for approximately 3 hours.
Participants: The Harry Potter Movie Bus Tour in London is for 1 participant.
Max Group Size: 11
Spectators Allowed on Site: No
This experience is not suitable for spectators but can accommodate large groups.
You should wear whatever you are comfortable in for the Harry Potter Movie Bus Tour in London - you're more than welcome to dress up as Harry Potter or any other character in the series if you wish to! You should also bring your camera!
The Harry Potter Movie Bus Tour in London is not weather dependent.
Our expert interview this week comes from family-run business Brit Movie Tours. Offering insightful excursions around London’s most iconic movie sets, this is the perfect gift for a hardcore movie-buff who needs to know every behind-the-scenes detail about their favourite films. I’ve been chatting to Lewis, the director, and here’s what he had to say…
Hi Lewis, please explain your journey as ‘Brit Movie Tours’ so far.
I set up the company in October 2009, then it was onwards and upwards, really. Started with about eight tours, now we have around thirty-five running. The most popular of which is probably like the Harry Potter ones, Downton Abbey, Gavin & Stacey and particularly James Bond. I’ve always been a James Bond fan myself, and I was looking for an organised locations tour in London a few years back, I thought if there’s no one to give me one then I might as well start it, it was a good opportunity, makes sense.
That is a good idea, what’s your biggest/most memorable event?
One that sticks in my mind is on a Gavin & Stacey tour we had Ruth Jones come along, this was one of the first tours, the fans didn’t know she was coming and then she was waiting for us at Stacey’s home, and they just went crazy. So that was very exciting. Yeah, we’ve had various stars come on the tours, we’ve had a Bond Girl, Caroline Munro from The Spy Who Loved Me, she met up with us on a location tour last year, that was pretty nice. Yeah we have lots of fan clubs coming, the James Bond fan club comes every year to do it, the tours, they like doing things like re-enactments in the actual place it was set.
Any inside information? Which tour would you choose?
Well, I’m biased. We try to cater for all ages, nationalities, interests, there’s quite a diverse range. Obviously someone might like James Bond which might not interest someone else. My favourite is James Bond, but we offer something for everyone. People enjoy the idea of stepping from reality into fiction, and doing that in an entertaining way.
Any exciting plans for the future?
We run a Gangster London Tour led by the actor who played Nick the Greek in Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. What I’d like to do is have more tours led by celebrities people recognize. I want to keep improving what we already do, making sure people are enjoying them really.
And finally, what would you say is your most frequently asked question from customers?
Good question, I’m not sure! Probably… Where does the tour finish? Where are the toilets? What are we going to see today? What time do we get back? Stuff about the logistics, operational questions like that.
Thanks for the interview, Lewis. Really fancy a Harry Potter tour now…
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