Harry Potter, one of the most successful films of all time, begs the question ‘how did they do it’? The answers lies with the London Warner Bros Studios ‘The Making of Harry Potter’ self guided tour that takes visitors on an exciting and informative discovery of some of the behind-the-scenes secrets.
Destined to be as successful as the films themselves, The Making of Harry Potter Tour will highlight some of the famous props, costumes and scenery sets such as: The Great Hall, Dumbeldore’s Office, Diagon Alley, Harry’s Nimbus 2000, Hagrid’s Motorcycle, Gryffindor common room, Hagrid’s Hut, Potion’s Classroom and Professor Umbridge’s office at the Ministry of Magic. Visitors will also learn about the animatronics and special effects used in all eight films and will be free to wander at their own pace, even able to take part in some interactive exhibits that will be on display.
One of many amazing highlights, the model of Hogwarts castle that measures a staggering 50 feet in diameter and was used during aerial images in the films, will also be on show with a full day to night light cycle every 4 minutes.
While the tour is estimate to take around three hours, an audio-visual digital guide narrated by ‘Draco Malfoy’ aka Tom Felton, presents the perfect opportunity to enhance the whole Harry Potter experience. Only an additional £4.95 and available in 8 languages, the specially designed audio-visual guide not only offers interesting facts about the sets, costumes and props but includes newly recorded interviews with the film producers and some never-seen-before footage.
A Souvenir Guidebook for £9.95 also offers a hoard of information, facts and great photos.
All individual, family, group and gift tickets must be purchased in advance online. Tickets will not be available at the studio tour and places are limited.
For more information about this tour, visit www.wbstudiotour.co.uk.