Marvel in recognition at the sites of the Harry Potter movies’ famous scenes on your Harry Potter walking tour. Take a walk down the fictional Diagon Alley, hidden from the Muggle world that lurks nearby; see the entrance to the Leaky Cauldron, featured in the first movie; and stand on the bridge that was destroyed in the Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
Meet your guide in Leicester Square, then after a short tube ride (make sure you have a valid Travelcard for Zone 1) to King's Cross, there's a great photo opportunity before your tour ends on the mythical Platform 9¾, where Harry caught the Hogwarts Express to school. Make sure you bring a camera. Packed with Harry Potter trivia and anecdotes throughout, you’ll see all these sights and more on your 2.5 hour walking tour.
View the city sights from the Thames River bank, walk from Embankment to the famous Tate Modern Museum. Along the way, let your guide give you the inside scoop on the London attractions that inspired J.K. Rowling’s vision, and see how real-life London sneaks into the magical world she invented.
Leicester Square, central London
Monday 12pm Tuesday 12pm Wednesday 12pm Thursday 12pm Friday 12pm Saturday 12pm Sunday 10:30am
2 hours 30 minutes
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
We had an excellent time which was made spectacular by our tour guideKate. It was obvious from the beginning that this was a her passion and not just job. She had incrediable insight and information about London that far exceeded our expections!
It was an amazing experience and the tour guy John was very friendly and made it fun . I can't wait to go back to London.
Our tour guide, John from Edinburgh, arrived 10 minutes before our tour, right on time and waited a few of minutes for a couple who were late. Then we were off! The tour was fun, including sites seen in Harry Potter movies. Well, sights in the movies, but a bit changed here and there. I'm sorry we didn't get into Diagon Alley and Gringott's Bank, but we were really close, seeing the the outside of the bank and the oldest wizarding shop in London! John is informed, informative, articulate, funny, careful and stocked with tablet scenes of the movies which he showed us as we went around to the different sites. A fun tour for Potter fans, and the best tour I've been on for any reason. Thanks, John!
Excellent guide and locations. Guide was fun and professional and brought props. Gave us plenty of time to enjoy each spot.
The tour was excellent - our guide was interesting, informative, and highly entertaining. I highly recommend this tour to all Harry Potter fans!
The guide was there 5 minutes late and Viator don’t have any number for you to call to sort this out. I replied to the SMS they sent with the word ‘help’ as instructed but no one answered. I don’t recommend to buy this tour with them but rather directly online as Viator didn’t provided any help when needed!
Although Valerie was personable and knowledgeable we were extremely disappointed with this tour. Based on the reviews and the video that I watched about the tour we were under the impression that we would be riding on the Thames, of which we did not.
This tour was somewhat informative, however with the amount of people that were booked in the tour it was extremely difficult to hear Valerie when she was speaking.
I would have rated lower, however we did get to see some things we would not have on our own, so therefore we feel as this rating is adequate.
Well where to start first.o tour guide show up so we had no tour after paying our money it was a joke we meat every other tour guides but none for this company will never ever use again and to make sure I let everyone know it a fip off
It appears that Best Tours London rely on good staff. And today we had a new relieving staff member. They should have cancelled the tour! The guy didn't know much about Harry Potter (could not remember names like Diagon Alley or Deatheaters), did not know London, and did not know how to be a guide. We were offered free tickets next time.. but we are from Australia, so no chance of getting back there. Don't take the risk, go with a different company.
Waste of time - Avoid it at all costs!
The tour is just that the guide walks with you, shows you spot where the film was shot. You have to be well informed of all the books and have read them thoroughly. The guide was not fun nor funny as I read in other reviews. My kids aged 9 and 6 were bored in the first 15 minutes although they loved the movie and watched it. If you have time, go to the actual studios 1.5h outside London to do the real thing, or then nothing- but don't do the walking tour. Not worth the time or the money very disappointing experience!
Immerse yourself in the magical world of Harry Potter on this 2.5-hour walking tour around the muggle capital of London. Follow in the footsteps of one of the world's most famous fictional wizards as you step into the real Diagon Alley, catch a glimpse of the Leaky Cauldron, pose by the mythical Platform 9¾, and visit other fantastical locations featured in the Harry Potter movies. Hear insider gossip and see some of the city's most famous landmarks as you tour London with a guide.