One of the best things in London – other than the Royal Family -, is the never ending possibilities you can spend your money on. Just kidding, although the prices are high, actually too high, the experiences are great too, in a nutshell, you probably get something nice for your money, if nothing else, the memories.
Enter the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London, The Making of Harry Potter. Now, I have to say I’m not the biggest fan, even if I’ve seen en enjoyed the films multiple times and know quite some bit of this magical word of witchcraft and wizardry.
This is what I wore, in case you’re wondering; Brandy Melville breton t-shirt, Topshop jacket, Re/Done jeans, Vans trainers and Loewe bag. Simple and comfortable for the three hours of wandering and wondering around.
Where everything started.
The details were amazing although this room was much smaller than I imagined.
The main theme was all about the Goblet of Fire, hence the particular set ups.
The paintings and staircases of Hogwarts.
Gryffindor boy’s dormitory room.
I took my chance to take a look into the Pensieve.
And of course some butter beer, even if it’s more like a soft drink and ice cream mix. It’s kind of addictive though and rather expensive, around four quid for this little cup :/.
Ministry of Magic
The Diagonal Alley…
… with some rather funny details.
And the amazing model of Hogwarts, or rather a detail of it.
And these are just a fraction of all the photos we took of the fraction of all the details and set ups we saw. Quite magical if you ask me, but on the flip side you have to pay a pretty penny to see and the staff is not the nicest.
Oh and one more thing, we were a bit disappointed of the ridiculously overpriced but extremely cheap offerings of the gift shops. I guess, it’s fine if you’re not with children, but then what is the point, after all, if I was so excited and mesmerised like I was, I cannot imagine the experience for the smallest big fans of Harry Potter’s world.