Have you been reliving the magic of Harry Potter during lockdown? Whether that’s reading the books or watching the films – there’s some good news for all Harry Potter fans out there. The Harry Potter Studio Tour in London has announced it’s opening it’s doors again on the 20th August, with tickets on sale from today!
The ever-changing scenery means there’s always something new to see at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter. At the moment you’ll be able to witness the spellbinding Celebration of Slytherin, running until 12th November. Known for their ambition and links to dark magic, Slytherin house is home to some of the greatest wizards of all time. The Making of Harry Potter invites you to discover the secrets behind some of the iconic costumes and props belonging to your favourite cunning Slytherin characters.
Or if you’re planning a future trip and are looking for something a bit more festive, the annual Hogwarts in the Snow feature will be running from 14th November till 17th January 2021. Make sure to book your tickets in advance now as spaces are filling up fast.
But what does this mean for my group?
To keep in line with government guidance, The Harry Potter Studio Tour has implemented a number of precautions to keep you safe, including social distancing and limited contact. However, the studio tour is still taking group bookings of up to 8 people. Which means you and your bubble can still enjoy the magical world of Harry Potter together.
Important information before you go:
- Pre-book only, tickets must be booked in advance and are not available to purchase at the attraction.
- Face coverings. Visitors aged 11 and up are required to wear a face mask or covering during their visit
- Hand sanitiser stations will be positioned throughout
- Toilet facilities will be open with additional hygiene measures in place.
- Hogwarts Express train carriage and inside of Privet Drive will be closed.
- Shops and cafés will only accept cashless or contactless payment options
Before you go, make sure you check out Al’s post about The Making of Harry Potter back in September 2019!