Harry Potter's London - walks for Muggles
You've seen the films and read the books, now discover Harry Potter's London.
Release your inner child! Our Harry Potter London walks are fun and engaging - perfect for families with children or private groups without!
Maximum group size: 30. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Tour Duration: 90 mins
Start: Leicester Square
End: Westminster Station
"Hazel was a bewitching guide. The kids loved it and so did we. Thanks Hazel!" - Sophie & Phil Lyons
Best quote from the tour "There is no way I am flushing myself down a toilet" May
Harry Potter: West End to Whitehall
Immerse yourself in the wizarding world of Harry Potter through film locations and film set inspirations in Westminster and the West End.
Have your Ministry of Magic visitor pass at the ready we visit both the staff and public entrances to the Ministry of Magic in Whitehall.
We pass the possible inspiration for Gringotts Bank before venturing through the atmospheric thoroughfares of Diagon Alley, the Leaky Cauldron and Knockturn Alley.
Will you recognise the entrance to Diagon Alley just off Charing Cross Road?
Westminster Station was used by Harry Potter and Mr Weasley in The Order of the Phoenix. Find out how much it costs to film on location.
Fancy dress not compulsory but encouraged!
Photos from Harry Potter: West End to Whitehall
Tour Duration: 90 mins
5 star review:
"I attended this walk with my friend, and we both thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Hazel truly is a huge Potterhead and she knows a lot - which makes it wonderful to listen to her. We could have kept walking and discovering even more things! thank you ever so much!" C Orlando, Peterborough
Harry Potter: Southwark to the City
After visiting the film location for the Leaky Cauldron (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban) and the Third Hand Book Emporium, we admire a floating museum displaying the Gryffindor colours. See if you think this might be the inspiration for the Durmstrang ship in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
We see an infamous Muggle prison where prisoners were tortured and forgotten and compare that to the origins of Azkaban prison, once a place where Muggles were lured and tortured.
Take in the iconic views of London as we cross Brockdale Bridge (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix) and hear the spine-chilling eyewitness account of the Death Eater attack of June 1996.
In a city surrounded by dragons, we discuss the importance of the several security breaches at Gringotts Bank and learn about the wizarding world's currency. How many galleons would a wand cost?
Wind through the old streets of the City of London, will we find Diagon Alley? We venture to the original Leaky Cauldron where Harry Potter ventures for the first in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.
Photos from Harry Potter: Southwark to the City
Fantastic Beasts - Where to Find them in London
This fantastically fascinating guidedwalk takes in the historic centre of the City of London from the splendour of St Paul's Cathedral to the domineering Tower of London. Explore how these fantastic beasts are entwined in our Muggle world.
Can you tell the difference between Britain's native Hebridean and Common Welsh Green Dragon? More importantly where in London can you find one?
Griffins are fierce and employed by wizards to guard treasure. The two we encounter have become a status symbol for an aristocratic family. But why?
Where in London can you find a magnificent mythical, swan-sized bird with its wings outstretched. Why is he needed here?
Unicorns have no reason to hide in the city streets and prance proudly in the face of hungry lions.
What spell is required to protect winged horses or hippogriffs from Muggles? Could you handle a fire crab as a pet?
Our "Harry Potter" London Tours and 'Fantastic Beasts - Where to Find Them in London' walkare neither supported by nor endorsed by J.K. Rowling, Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, Scholastic Press or Warner Bros Entertainment Inc. We recognise all rights to all "Harry Potter" stories and characters are the property of J. K. Rowling and her publishers and representatives. Film Rights remain the property of Warner Bros Entertainment Inc.