If you want to see England and Harry Potter then this tour is for you. This tour will take you to see the entrance to Hogwarts film 1 and where Madame Hooch teaches the students to fly. Besides this there are some other scenes to detect. You will visit 3 different Privet Drives, cross the border into Scotland. See the station used as Hogsmeade, catch up with some Quidditch practice, see professor McGonagall’s classroom.
Take a wander in the Forbidden Forest, and gaze at the area used in the Triwizard Tournament. Besides this we will visit Oxford. We discover the university and its colleges and also Harry Potter. See where the students ascend the stairs to the Dining Room. See the where Harry and Ron come face to face with Argus Filch and Mrs Norris. Visit the Hogwarts infirmary, and the Music room as well as getting a glimpse of Hogwarts Library. See where Mad eye Moody appears and turns Malfoy into a ferret and that tree he was sitting is there just for you to take photos of.
Moaning Myrtle will make an appearance as we wander around and we will finish off with Harry being welcomed back to health by Hermione and Ron. |During the week we will visit Gloucester and Lacock Gloucester Cathedral. The church has over 900 years of history to offer you as well as being in three of the Harry potter films. The church has been a place of Christian worship continuously for over 1300 years, since Osric, an Anglo-Saxon prince, founded a religious house here in 678-9 AD. At the time of the Norman Conquest in 1066, the monastery was not thriving and in 1072 King William I appointed Serlo, a monk from Mont St Michel in Normandy to be its Abbot. in 1089 he was able to start building the magnificent abbey church which so impresses the visitor today.
In 1216, Henry III, who had succeeded to the throne at the age of only nine, was crowned here. Most importantly for the subsequent history of this place, in 1327, King Edward II who had died in Berkeley Castle (in suspicious and, traditionally, gruesome circumstances) was buried here. A monument was erected over the tomb of the dead king.
We shall stroll this magnificent church to find out its history and to find Harry Potter. Walking the corridors and cloisters of the church finding out about scenes that were shot in The Philosophers Stone, Chamber of Secrets and The Half Blood Prince. We have several scenes to bring to life for you here which include Moaning Mrtyle, Mrs Morris, the troll and the writing on the wall, oh and don’t forget spiders. Plus as with all our tours there are some other scenes that we have kept secret which will be revealed on the day.
Lacock – Set in rural Wiltshire, the village is famous for its picturesque streets, historic buildings and more recently as a TV and film location. The Abbey, located at the heart of the village within its own woodland grounds, is a quirky country house of various architectural styles, built upon the foundations of a former nunnery. The museum celebrates the achievements of former Lacock resident, William Henry Fox Talbot, famous for his contributions to the invention of photography.
Exploring this wonderful village we shall come across Godric’s Hollow, Professor Slughorns house. Then there are some of the classrooms and corridors of Hogwarts to visit.
To finish off we will also visit the Warner Bros Film Studio tour and of course all the London sites.
This tour travels the country from Scotland to London and is fast paced.
Price of the tour £3950.00 per vehicle ( up to 6 people) not per person.
Not included: Overnight accommodation 4 nights, entry fees, food, beverages.
DISCLAIMER: Harry Potter Film Locations Tour is not an official ‘Harry Potter’ event and is not endorsed, sanctioned or in any other way supported, directly or indirectly by Warner Bros Entertainment Inc, the Harry Potter book publishers or J.K.Rowling and her representatives. All rights to the series of “Harry Potter” books are the property of J.K. Rowling and her publishers including Scholastic Press, et al. Film rights and image trademarks are the property of Warner Bros