harry potter studio tour

Sunday, 30 December 2012

*SPOLIERS* Do not read any further if you don't want to know the magic of the tour

When I was in London at then end of November, the whole trip was revolved around visiting the Harry Potter Studios. Oh my giddy aunt, it was brilliant! Above are just a few of my favourite pictures from the tour. 

We arrived at the studios from Watford Station on the tour bus and made our way to start our tour. It was already amazing and I think I let out a yelp when the doors to the Great Hall swung open. Me and my friend perused at our own leisure, oggling at the props and sets. I'm so glad we went at the time we did because there was a chill in the air and the skies were clear which made for a great atmosphere!

We stopped for a little respite and indulged in a little Butterbeer. It did not taste like what I thought it would be. For all you curious folk, it tasted like cream soda with melted marshmallow on top. T'was a strange combination! 

We spent a good amount of our time skipping around the gift shop and popping all sorts of memorabilia in our basket. I ended up purchasing a chocolate frog, other choccy bits, Hermione's wand and a Time Turner. On the journey home, I must have protected my bag like it was my life!

If you're a Harry Potter fan, I thoroughly recommend that you visit the studio tour and save a substantial amount of money to spend in the gift shop ^_^




  1. I'm so jealous. I want to go to the Harry Potter studio tour so badly.
    Did you like the butterbeer though?
    Only ever heard people says that it's 'different' or 'interesting' but no one says that they love it yet.

    1. I can't lie, it was pretty amazing :P

      I did like the butterbeer up until the frothy top point. Was too much of a strange texture in a drink!