Warner Bros. Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter
Created in close collaboration with Warner Bros., this remarkable, one-of-a-kind attraction explores the cinematic history of Harry Potter at the very studio where the entire series was filmed for over a decade.
Featuring dozens of original sets, and hundreds of authentic costumes and props, this immersive experience showcases the exceptional creativity and craftsmanship that brought the films to life, and goes far beyond behind the scenes with an award-winning handheld Digital Guide narrated by cast member Tom Felton, and over 100 minutes of original media featuring the cast and crew produced specifically for the attraction.
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2013 TEA Thea Award for Outstanding Attraction 2013 Telly Bronze Award for Non-Broadcast Productions – Editing 2013 IES Illumination Award of Merit 2013 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2013 Lighting Design Award – Lighting for Leisure 2013 UKinbound Award for Excellence – Individual Attraction of the Year 2012 Event Technology Silver Award for Best Use of Handheld Technology 2012 UK Customer Experience Award for Best Leisure & Retail Customer Experience 2012 Group Leisure Award – Best UK Attraction
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Harry Potter’s Diagon Alley Is Now on Google Street View
It’s no Marauder’s Map, but Google now lets you explore the set of Diagon Alley from the Warner Bros. Studio Tour in London. In Street View mode, you can see 360-degree images of Ollivanders Wand Shop, Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes joke shop and Mr. Mulpepper’s Apothecary.Find out more here.
Studio Tour Casts Spell Just Like Harry
Read Sarah Lyall’s review on this project in the New York Times. Lyall said of the tour, “It was thrilling to be somewhere at once so exotic and so familiar, so redolent of the family history I’m already nostalgic for, now that my girls are older.”Read the full article here.
‘Harry Potter’ Tour Will Reveal Movie Magic
Watch Nick Watts’s report on this project from Good Morning America. “They’ve read all the books, they’ve seen all the movies, all that’s left is to fly them to London to walk through the magical world of Harry Potter.”Watch the video here.