- Ages 9+
- Tours and River Cruises
Cast a spell over the streets of London on a Harry Potter Walking Tour. The films captured the hearts of millions all over the world and now it’s your chance to be a part of the story. So, wands at the ready - let’s get walking!
Follow in Harry’s footsteps by bumping up against the barriers in Kings Cross; travel under the bridge which was destroyed by Death Eaters, or visit the spot where our three heroes infiltrated the Ministry of Magic using polyjuice potion. You’ll see the streets that inspired Diagon Alley and explore where the Order of the Phoenix flew their broomsticks en route to Grimmauld Place. While you’re at it also check out London landmarks like you’ve never seen them before, including St Paul’s Cathedral and Tate Modern.
This award winning tour is packed with behind the scenes stories and fun facts. Group sizes are limited to ensure the most magical experience possible but sadly, due to location, the tour is not wheelchair/ pram accessible. Muggles must come prepared with a travelcard and of course, a camera!
- See where the Harry Potter films were shot
- Hear loads of behind the scenes stories
- Visit the sites which inspired JK Rowling’s books
January & April - August
Monday to Tuesday 14:00
February - October
January - December
Saturday to Sunday 14:00
Adults (16+): £12.00
Westminster Station, London, Greater London, SW1A 2JR, England
0844 247 1007
WebsiteClick here to visit Harry Potter London Walk's website.
Harry Potter London Walk has not told us about their parking.
No, there are no toilets available.
No, there are no baby changing facilities.
Harry Potter London Walk has not told us if you can bring a picnic.
Harry Potter London Walk has not told us about their dining options.
No, Harry Potter London Walk is not wheelchair friendly.
Due to the nature of the locations visited, this tour is not accessible for wheelchair users or for parents with prams or buggies.
No, Harry Potter London Walk have stated they are not pushchair friendly.
Harry Potter London Walk has not told us if they are dog friendly.