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The Making of Harry Potter

The Making of Harry Potter lets its dedicated fans get close to the famous young wizard and his friends and enemies in this detailed tour of the studios used to make the films. The idea was put together after filming had finished on the last Harry Potter film – the Deathly Hallows Part 2 – due to the thousands of detailed props and hand-made artefacts used over the eight movies.

Two years later, in 2012, the tour opened its door and it has continued to be hugely popular with fans. There is an endless array of props to choose from, as well as the chance to step into the Great Hall and Diagon Alley. All of the famous costumes are on display and there is the chance to learn how the special and visual effect teams brought the magic alive on the screen, including the wonderful creatures that made these films so memorable.

Warner Bros Studio
Aerodrome Way
WD25 7GS

Tel: 08450 840 900
Opening Times: Open daily, from 10am. Closing time varies, see website.
Adult : £29.00
Child : £21.50
Senior Citizen: £29.00
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