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Harry Potter in London

With countless legendary landmarks of the stage, screen and page ideally located throughout our picturesque neighbourhoods, uncover your favourite fantasy world from our very doorstep.



Delve into the wizarding world of Harry Potter from our very doorstep, as you discover London’s countless magical landmarks…

London, a city steeped in history and enchantment, plays a pivotal role throughout the beloved childhood classic Harry Potter, not only does much of the series take place in our stunning capital, including beloved sites such as Diagon Alley, Grimmauld Place or the Ministry of Magic but London boasts a unique variety of filming locations, perfect for any avid fan to explore.

Whether you’re discovering the series for the first time or a long-term lover of the books, immerse yourself in the wonder and magic once again, as you discover these iconic Harry Potter landmarks in the heart of our neighbourhoods.

Platform 9 ¾ at Kings Cross Station

Take a moment to explore the expansive themed boutique where fans can discover an abundance of clothing, snacks, and memorabilia from the films, varying from your very own Gryffindor scarf to a delectable chocolate frog to enjoy on your journey home.

You may be fortunate enough to spot your first legendary magical landmark as you arrive in the city. Step into bustling King’s Cross Station, where the magical barrier between platforms 9 and 10 conceals the elusive Platform 9¾. Pause for a moment at the recreated Platform 9¾ installation, where you can capture the perfect photo as if you were about to embark on your own journey to Hogwarts.

Leadenhall Market: The Real Life Diagon Alley

Step into the enchanting realm of Diagon Alley, with the real-life inspiration behind the infamous magical street, Leadenhall Market, where charming architecture and hidden treasures await, transporting you into the heart of the wizarding world.

Claremont Square: The Mystic Home of Number 12 Grimmauld Place

Uncover the noble house of Black in North London’s picturesque Claremont Square, home to the elusive Grimmauld Place, home to beloved characters Sirius Black and for a short time, the Weasley family. Let your imagination run wild as you picture the headquarters of the Order of the Phoenix coming to life.

The Millennium Bridge

A recognisable local landmark for film fans, the Millennium bridge was gruesomely destroyed by the death eaters in Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. While avid fans may be tempted to hold on tightly to railings in the event of future dark arts attacks, the Millennium Bridge offers stunning views across the undisturbed river Thames.

The House of MinaLima

Discover the quintessential graphic stylings of MinaLima, the expert propmakers and designers behind the Harry Potter films. Located just moments from our doors in Soho, the House of MinaLima offers a gallery and boutique showcasing the original graphic design work of Miraphora Mina and Eduardo Lima, who worked on the graphic art for the Harry Potter films. Find beautifully designed prints, stationery, and other Harry Potter-themed artwork, with an exceptional range of enchanting souvenirs for you to treasure at home.

The Reptile House at ZSL London Zoo

Perhaps a slightly more niche attraction, eagle eyed fans of the series won’t want to miss a visit to the ZSL London Zoo’s reptile house, where a young Harry Potter finally sought revenge against his cruel cousin. But tread carefully, after all you never know when the glass will vanish!

The Magical World of Warner Brothers Studios

While many of London’s traditional magical hotspots lack accessible muggle entrances, there is still ample opportunity to unlock the mystic locations of the films we know and love! Located in Leavesden, just outside London, the Warner Brothers Studios is a must-visit attraction for any Harry Potter fan.

The tour offers an immersive experience where visitors may explore the sets, costumes, and props used in the Harry Potter films. Discover iconic destinations from the books including the Great Hall, Diagon Alley and Gringotts Bank. With countless set pieces, themed cafes, and props to be discovered, as well as one of the world’s largest Harry Potter boutiques to enjoy, be sure to set plenty of time aside for exploration and adventure!