Take a magical journey into the world of everyone’s favorite boy wizard, Harry Potter. Visit two of the most beautiful cities in the world, London and Oxford, and the lovely medieval Wiltshire village, Lacock, as we show you the film locations and inspirations behind the books, an essential experience for any Harry Potter fan.
Chauffeur Driven Tour
Chauffeur driven tours are a luxurious but affordable solution to sightseeing in style. Away from the crowded streets and buses on an intimate tour in a private vehicle, you will be guided by your professional chauffeur, who gives you personal attention and courtesy throughout the experience, including hotel pick up/drop off and numerous photo opportunities, and of course a chance to savour each location at a more leisurely and intimate pace. Make no mistake, there is no better way to travel!
- The cinema where each of the Harry Potter films has had its world premiere
- The cafe attack in the heart of London in The Deathly Hallows Part 1
- The Seven Potters Battle in the London sky in The Deathly Hallows Part 1
- The thoroughfare on which Diagon Alley was based.
- Gringott's Bank
- The magical platform 9¾ where Harry catches the Hogwart's Express
- The bridge destroyed by Lord Voldemort's Death Eaters in the Half-Blood Prince
- The bridge where the Knight Bus squeezes between two London Double Decker buses in Prisoner of Azkaban
- The real locations of the Leaky Cauldron, and yes there are two!
- The location of the red telephone box where Harry and Mr Weasley descend into the secret Ministry of Magic in Order of the Phoenix
- The secret hideout of the Order of the Phoenix where Harry is reunited with Sirius Black
- Major London landmarks that have been used in the Harry Potter franchise.
- The 16th century college dining hall used as the inspiration for Hogwart's Dining Halls
- The medieval room where Ron Waesley has to dance with Professor McGonagall with the whole of Gryffindor looking on (Goblet of Fire)
- The stunning room used as Hogwarts Hospital in four of the films
- The college cloisters containing the ancient tree that Malfoy was sitting in before Mad Eye Moody turned him into a ferret for picking on Harry (Goblet of Fire)
- The 16th century stairs where Professor McGonagall greets the First Years (Sorcerers Stone / Philosophers Stone)
- Major Oxford landmarks that have been used in the Harry Potter franchise
- Harry Potter's childhood home, where Voldemort kills his parents in The Sorceror's Stone)
- Lacock Abbey, the magnificent setting for various interior scenes at Hogwarts School.
- The tower where the killing of Albus Dumbledore at the hands of Severus Snape took place in The Half Blood Prince
- The Angel Inn
- Professor Slughorn's house (The Half Blood Prince)
- The stunning countryside around this charming Wiltshire village that has been used in the Harry Potter Franchise