Go behind the scenes of the Harry Potter films and get an additional insight into the making of the movies as Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter presents annual and one-off special features throughout 2018.
See authentic props, costumes and sets on the tour of the studio where all eight Harry Potter movies were made, and discover the films through the eyes of the filmmakers who brought the Harry Potter series to life. The limited-time features listed below are all included in the standard studio tour ticket prices.
Introducing the Art Department
9 to 19 February
Get an exclusive look at the props and designs from the Harry Potter films with Introducing the Art Department. Experience wand-making demonstrations and listen to original members of the Art Department, as they explain how they brought Harry Potter’s wizarding world to life through their work this half-term in London.
Valentine's Dinner in the Great Hall
9 and 10 February
Treat your loved one to a magical evening at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London with a romantic Valentine's Dinner in the iconic Great Hall to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Indulge in canapés and enjoy a three-course dinner on the authentic set. You’ll then have the chance to explore the studio after hours and pick your favourite wand to take home as a souvenir.
Goblet of Fire30 March to 23 September
Celebrate the return of the Goblet of Fire to the Great Hall for the first time since filming ended with special displays and live demonstrations. Discover how the Goblet of Fire was designed to reveal the Triwizard champions. Plus, see many new costumes and props from the Triwizard Tournament, including items belonging to Barty Crouch Jr and Fred and George Weasley.
Dark Arts28 September to 11 November
The Harry Potter studio is given a spooky makeover for Halloween. Test your nerves by walking down a gloomy Diagon Alley and practise your wand combat techniques against Death Eaters in a live duel, as you enter the menacing world of the Dark Arts. Plus, marvel at more than 100 floating pumpkins and a Halloween feast laid out in the Great Hall.