A one day magical tour to WB Studio London
Voice Artist: Hmm, difficult. VERY difficult. Plenty of courage, I see. Not a bad mind, either. There’s talent, oh yes. And a thirst to prove yourself. But where to put you?
Character: Not Slytherin. Not Slytherin
Voice Artist: Not Slytherin, eh? Are you sure? You could be great, you know. It’s all here in your head. And Slytherin will help you on the way to greatness; there’s no doubt about that. No?
Character: Well, if you’re sure, better be… GRYFFINDOR!
Yes! I am talking about Harry Potter movies, but why a movie discussion in this food and travel blog? It is because I visited the Warner Bros studio in London to see the making of all Harry Potter movies. Like any fan, this was on my wishlist since the Warner Bros studio tour was launched. If you are a true Potterhead in London, then this one should be on your list. The entry ticket is approximately 50 Pounds. Yeah, bit expensive but worth it!
The nearest tube junction is Watford. From Watford Junction, you will get a bus operated by the WB studio tour.
Every month or two, the theme of the studio changes. During my visit, it was dedicated to the Death Eaters.
It took me almost 6 hours to visit every section of the studio, go back to the flashback, and remember the scene.
There are eateries inside the studio; however, because I visited on the weekend, I could not eat as it was crowded. However, I tried Harry Potter’s favourite butterbeer.
They have an in-house merchandise store as well. I purchased two posters of Gryffindor and Bellatrix Lestrange, respectively. Also, I bought two mufflers from Gryffindor and Slytherin’s house. Apart from these, there are sweets such as “Bertie botts every flavour beans”, chocolate frog and many other goodies.
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