Wizard’s Guide to Harry Potter Locations in London

Looking for Platform 9 ¾ and Diagon Alley during your visit in London? This blog post is the ultimate guide to Harry Potter locations in London. Whether you want to retrace the filming locations, visit J.K. Rowling’s inspiration for Harry Potter sites or take part in other Harry Potter London attractions, this post has everything you need to know to live out your wizarding dreams.

Overview of Harry Potter Locations in London

Since this post is the ultimate guide to Harry Potter locations in London, you should know that it’s about as long as the “Hogwarts a History Book.”  Before you get started, here’s a brief overview of everything you will find in this guide.

  1. Harry Potter Filming Locations in London
    1. London Zoo Reptile House
    2. Diagon Alley
      1. Leadenhall Market
      2. Borough Market
      3. Diagon Alley at Warner Brothers Studio Tour
    3. Gringotts Bank
      1. Australia House
      2. Warner Brothers Studio Tour- Gringotts Bank
    4. Platform 9 ¾
      1. St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel
      2. Platforms 4 and 5 at Kings Cross
      3. Warner Brothers Studio  – Platform 9 ¾
    5. Hogwarts
      1. St. Paul’s Cathedral
      2. Harrow School
      3. Warner Brothers Studio Tour – Hogwarts
    6. Headquarters for the Order of Phoenix
    7. Ministry of Magic
      1. Scotland Place
      2. Horse Guards Avenue
      3. Westminster Tube Station
      4. Warner Brothers Studio Tour – Interior of Ministry of Magic
    8. Order of the Phoenix Night Ride Through London
    9. Death Eater’s Attack on London
      1. City Hall London
      2. Trafalgar Square
      3. 12 Great Newport Street
      4. Millennium Bridge
    10. Hermione Granger’s House
    11. Harry, Hermione and Ron Escape to London
      1. Piccadilly Circus
      2. Shaftesbury Avenue
  2. Warner Brothers Studio Tour – The Making of Harry Potter
  3. Other Harry Potter Locations in London
    1. Charing Cross Road
    2. Cecil Court
    3. Goodwin’s Court
    4. Platform 9¾ at Kings Cross
    5. House of MinaLima
    6. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

While production of the movies took place all over the United Kingdom, many Harry Potter filming locations can be found in London. This is the extensive list of Harry Potter London Sites from the movies.

London Zoo Reptile House

London Zoo Reptile House - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

In the first Harry Potter book and movie, the Dursleys drag Harry along for a visit to the London Zoo on Dudley’s birthday. While exploring the Reptile House, Harry makes friends with a friendly snake through his unbeknownst magical power of being able to speak Parseltongue (snake language). Dudley runs over during this encounter, knocks Harry out of the way, and starts banging on the glass. Annoyed, Harry unknowingly makes the glass disappear, the snake escapes and Dudley is hilariously trapped inside the enclosure instead.

The very same Reptile House can be visited during a trip to the ZSL London Zoo in Regents Park. Exterior and interior shots of the exhibit appear in the film. In the movie the enclosure holds a Burmese python, in reality it actually contains a black mamba.

How to Visit

  • Location: Northern End of Regents Park, Camden Town, London NW1 4RY
  • Closest Tube Station: Camden Town Underground Station
  • Cost: Adult £29.54; Child £19.20
  • Website: https://www.zsl.org/zsl-london-zoo

Diagon Alley

Leadenhall Market

Leadenhall Market Diagon Alley - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

Often mistakenly referred to as the film location for Diagon Alley in “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s/Philosopher’s Stone,” Leadenhall Market actually marks the entrance to Diagon Alley and is not the actual wizarding street. In the film, Harry and Hagrid walk through the market as they approach the Leaky Cauldron, which holds the entrance to Diagon Alley.  

Today, a blue shop known as Glass House Opticians, has taken over the shop featured as the Leaky Cauldron in the movie. When filming took place in 2000, the shop was vacant so filmmakers were able to paint the shop black and hang up a Leaky Cauldron sign for the scene.

How To Visit

  • Location: Gracechurch Street, London EC3V 1LT
  • Closest Tube Station: Monument Underground Station or Bank Underground Station
  • Cost: Free

Borough Market

Borough Market Diagon Alley Leaky Cauldron - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

Filmmakers chose a new location for the Leaky Cauldron entrance in the third movie, “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.” After being picked up by the Knight Bus and taken through a dizzying journey from Little Whinging to London, Harry is dropped off under a bridge in Borough Market. Located near London Bridge and the Southbank, Borough Market is a famous (and delicious) food market that dates to the 12th Century.

The actual location where Harry is greeted by Tom, the caretaker of the wizard pub, stands at 7A Stoney Street. During filming it was painted green and occupied by a flower shop called Chez Michelle. Today, the neon lit taco shop Tacos El Pastor stands there. A couple of shops down you’ll also find a pub known as The Market Porter. Interior shots of the Leaky Cauldron were shot here during the filming of “Prisoner of Azkaban.”

How To Visit

Entrance to Leaky Cauldron (Tacos El Pastor)

  • Location: 7A Stoney Street, London SE1 9AA
  • Closest Tube Station: London Bridge Underground Station
  • Cost: Free (unless you want tacos)

Interior of Leaky Cauldron (The Market Porter)

  • Location: 9 Stoney Street, London, SE1 9AA
  • Closest Tube Station: London Bridge Underground Station
  • Cost: Free (unless you want fish and chips)

Diagon Alley at Warner Brothers Studio

Diagon Alley at Warner Brother Studios - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

While many streets in London served as inspiration for the wizard shopping alley (see below in other Harry Potter locations in London), none of them quite fit the bill for filmmakers in bringing the magic of Diagon Alley to life. Set makers created the Diagon Alley we see in the films from scratch and the same set can still be seen today during a tour at the The Making of Harry Potter at the Warner Brothers Studio Tour outside London.

How To Visit

  • Location: Studio Tour Drive, Watford, England WD25 7LR
  • Closest Train Station: Watford Junction
  • Cost: Adult £45.00; Child £37.00
  • Website: https://www.wbstudiotour.co.uk/

Gringotts Bank

Australia House – Interior Shots of Gringotts Bank

Gringotts Bank Australia House - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

Though not open to the public, the main entrance hall to the Australian High Commission served as the scene for Harry and Hagrid going to Gringotts in the first movie. The beautiful crystal chandeliers hanging from the ceiling and intricate marble flooring would feel exactly like stepping into the wizard bank if only we were allowed in.

However, if you stand outside the Australia House entrance at the corner of Aldwych and Strand, you may just be able to catch a peek inside to see the magic of Gringotts.

How To Visit

  • Location: Australia House, 71 Aldwych, London WC2B 4HN
  • Closest Tube Station: Temple Underground Station
  • Cost: Not open for public entry, but if you stand outside you may just be able to catch a peek

Warner Brothers Studio – Gringotts Bank

Gringotts Bank at Warner Brother Studios - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

Wanting more liberty with the set of Gringotts (by liberty, really mean being able to destroy portions of it) in “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows,” filmmakers built a replica of the Australia House lobby at the Warner Brothers Studio just outside London. You can visit these as part of entry to The Making of Harry Potter tour at the studios and walk through the lobby of Gringotts just as Harry, Ron, Hermione and Griphook did in the final movie.

How To Visit

  • Location: Studio Tour Drive, Watford, England WD25 7LR
  • Closest Train Station: Watford Junction
  • Cost: Adult £45.00; Child £37.00
  • Website: https://www.wbstudiotour.co.uk/

Platform 9 ¾

St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel – Exterior of Kings Cross

St. Pancras Hotel - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

Countless times through the films we see the outside of Kings Cross just before Harry arrives to the station, or in the case of “Chamber of Secrets,” when Ron and Harry fly the car over the station to make their way towards Hogwarts. However, though right next to the real Kings Cross, the exterior shots used in the movie belong to the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel. When you compare the facades of the two, you understand a little bit why filmmakers chose to use the ornate and elegant outside of St. Pancras, as opposed to the normal-looking train station of Kings Cross.

How To Visit

  • Location: Euston Road, London, NW1 2AR
  • Closest Tube Station: Kings Cross St. Pancras Underground Station
  • Cost: Free

Platforms 4 and 5 at Kings Cross – Entrance to Platform 9 ¾

Kings Cross - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

Did you know that Platform 9 ¾ doesn’t logically exist? In the novels, J.K. Rowling put the entrance to the wizard train platform in between platforms 9 and 10 at Kings Cross station. However, platforms 9 and 10 don’t actually share a barrier at the station, platforms 8 and 9 do.

When making the movies, filmmakers did utilize Kings Cross’ platforms for the entrance of Platform 9 ¾, but found that platforms 8 and 9 did not work due to a giant brick pillar that stood in the way of filming. Instead, they replaced the signs on platforms 4 and 5 and used the barrier between those two as the location for the entrance to Platform 9 ¾.

How To Visit

  • Location: Platforms 4 and 5, Kings Cross Station, Euston Rd, Kings Cross, London N1 9AL
  • Closest Tube Station: Kings Cross St. Pancras Underground Station
  • Cost: Free (if you glimpse from behind the entry gates, to get inside you’ll need a train ticket)

Warner Brothers Studio Tour – Platform 9 ¾

Platform 9 3/4 at Warner Brother Studios - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

To see the actual Platform 9 ¾ and the Hogwarts Express used for filming, you’ll need to visit the Warner Brothers Studios outside London. There you’ll be able to walk around the platform, explore the train used for the film and even hang out inside one of the train compartments.

How To Visit

  • Location: Studio Tour Drive, Watford, England WD25 7LR
  • Closest Train Station: Watford Junction
  • Cost: Adult £45.00; Child £37.00
  • Website: https://www.wbstudiotour.co.uk/

Hogwarts

St. Paul’s Cathedral – North Tower Stairwell (Divination)

Hogwarts Divination Stairwell at St. Pauls Cathedral - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

Inside St. Paul’s Cathedral stands a beautiful spiral staircase that appears to be floating out of the walls of one of the cathedral’s towers. Harry Potter filmmakers used the Dean’s Staircase, more commonly referred to as the Geometric Staircase, as the winding stairs that lead up to the Divination Classroom in the North Tower of Hogwarts.

You’ll see the staircase in the films right after Professor Trelawney “subtly” insults Hermione by calling her an old maid. Ron and Harry come down the staircase after class before Harry finds the glass ball Hermione knocked over and runs back up to the classroom to return it. There he hears Trelawney’s premonition that will soon take the series down a much darker turn of events.

To view the staircase, you’ll need to enter using the visitor ticket to St. Paul’s Cathedral.

How To Visit

  • Location: St. Paul’s Cathedral, St. Paul’s Churchyard, London, EC4M 8AD
  • Closest Tube Station: St. Paul’s Underground Station
  • Cost: Adult  £20.00; Child  £8.50
  • Website: https://www.stpauls.co.uk/visits/visits

Harrow School

Charms Classroom at Harrow School - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

Located just outside London, this historic boys boarding school also saw filming of the scene we all quoted as kids just after “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s/Philosopher’s Stone” hit theaters. In a beautiful old classroom, Harry, Ron and Hermione learn one of their first spells – how to levitate objects. Hermione turns to Ron as they’re practicing and says, “You’re going to poke someone’s eye out. Besides, you’re saying it wrong. It’s levi-osa, not le-vi-o-sa.”

Public tours of the school only occur three times a year, so check the website for information on when the next public tour day will be occurring.

How To Visit

Warner Brothers Studio Tour – A Lot of Hogwarts

Great Hall at Warner Brother Studios - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

Much of the filming at Hogwarts took place not in the halls of historic churches and buildings (though some did), but at the Warner Brothers Studio outside London. On your visit to the Studio Tour, you can walk through the Great Hall and inspect the Gryffindor Common Room, Dumbledore’s Office, the Potions Classroom, and Hagrid’s Hut.

How To Visit

  • Location: Studio Tour Drive, Watford, England WD25 7LR
  • Closest Train Station: Watford Junction
  • Cost: Adult £45.00; Child £37.00
  • Website: https://www.wbstudiotour.co.uk/

Headquarters for the Order of the Phoenix

Claremont Square – 12 Grimmauld Place

12 Grimmauld Place HQ of Order of Phoenix - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

The Harry Potter filming location for the ancestral home of the Black family and Headquarters of the Order of the Phoenix took place at Claremont Square. Here you’ll be able to see where 12 Grimmauld Place would have been located.

In the movie, the house appears between numbers 20 and 21 Claremont Square, just across from the gate on the southern side of the square. Remember though, the actual house is hidden under a Fidelius Charm so unless someone in the know lets you in on the secret, you won’t actually be able to find the house or see Kreature peering out the window.

How to Visit

  • Location: 20 Claremont Square, Islington, London N1 9LX
  • Closest Tube Station: Angel Underground Station
  • Cost: Free

Ministry of Magic

Scotland Place – Guest Entrance to the Ministry of Magic

Ministry of Magic Guest Entrance - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

In “Order of the Phoenix,” Mr. Weasley and Harry descend into the Ministry of Magic through the Guest Entrance for Harry’s disciplinary hearing. In the films, this location was set at the junction of Scotland Place. One of the iconic red telephone booths marks the Guest Entrance. Normally a telephone box does not sit in this spot. Filmmakers brought it onto location as a prop for the movie and removed it once the scene had wrapped.

How to Visit

  • Location: Corner of Scotland Place where the road meets Whitehall Place, Westminster, London SW1A 2BD
  • Closest Tube Station: Embankment Underground Station
  • Cost: Free

Horse Guards Avenue – Staff Entrance to The Ministry of Magic

Ministry of Magic Staff Entrance - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

We see the Staff Entrance to The Ministry Magic in “The Deathly Hallows Part 2,” when the trio take a polyjuice potion to turn themselves into Ministry workers to find one of the horcruxes. To enter the Ministry, workers must enter a Gentleman’s Toilet and flush themselves down. The toilet used in the movie was brought in as a prop for filming and removed once the scene finished.   

How to Visit

  • Location: Horse Guards Avenue where Whitehall Gardens intersects, Westminster, London, SW1A 2ET
  • Closest Tube Station: Embankment Underground Station
  • Cost: Free

Westminster Tube Station – Teaching Mr. Weasley How to Use the Tube

If you’re new to London, you can understand the confusion that Mr. Weasley has trying to enter the Tube Station with Harry on their way to his Ministry hearing in “The Order of Phoenix.” This scene was actually filmed in a real tube station at the Westminster Underground Station. Extremely convenient station to get to the Ministry of Magic, which was filmed only steps away from there.

How to Visit

  • Location: Westminster Underground Station, Bridge Street, Westminster, London SW1A 2JR
  • Closest Tube Station: Westminster Underground Station
  • Cost: Free (unless you’re riding the tube)

Harry Potter Studio Tour – Interior of Ministry of Magic

Ministry of Magic at Warner Brother Studios - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

Filmmakers created the set for the Ministry of Magic at the Warner Brother Studios outside London. Here you can see the lobby of the Ministry, as well as Umbridge’s Ministry Office.

How to Visit

  • Location: Studio Tour Drive, Watford, England WD25 7LR
  • Closest Train Station: Watford Junction
  • Cost: Adult £45.00; Child £37.00
  • Website: https://www.wbstudiotour.co.uk/

Order of the Phoenix Night Ride Through London

River Thames Shots from Order of Phoenix - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

After picking up Harry from the Dursleys in “The Order of the Phoenix,” the aurors and Harry fly their broomsticks over popular sights along the River Thames in London. During this scene, they pass over:  

  • Canary Wharf
  • Tower Bridge
  • HMS Belfast
  • Blackfriars Bridge
  • Palace of Westminster

Death Eater’s Attack on London

“Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince” begins with Death Eaters casting a storm over London as they dash through the city to Diagon Alley, creating havoc as they kidnap Ollivander from the wand shop. These are the areas of London featured during that mission.

City Hall London – Worried Muggles

City Hall - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

In the opening scene, a dark storm gathers above London and worried Muggles get up from their desks to look at the pending doom. The building the Muggles peer out the windows from is London City Hall.

How to Visit

Trafalgar Square – Flying Over London

Trafalgar Square - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

Snaking their way through Central London, the Death Eaters fly over Trafalgar Square on their way to Diagon Alley. Trafalgar Square was also where they held the later movie premieres for the films’ releases.

How to Visit

  • Location: Trafalgar Square, Charing Cross, London WC2N 5DN
  • Closest Tube Station: Charing Cross Underground Station
  • Cost: Free

12 Great Newport Street – Entrance to Diagon Alley

Rather than using the typical Leaky Cauldron entrance to Diagon Alley, the Death Eaters snake through an alley off Charing Cross Road to pop in and kidnap Ollivander for Voldemort. This alleyway can be found at 12 Great Newport Street. Oftentimes, though, this alleyway is not accessible for walking as it leads to residential apartments if you’re a muggle. You can still peer through the alley when the gate is closed.

How to Visit

  • Location: 12 Great Newport Street, Covent Garden, London WC2H 7JA
  • Closest Tube Station: Leicester Square Underground Station
  • Cost: Free

Millennium Bridge – Destroyed by Death Eaters

Millennium Bridge - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

On their way back to Malfoy Manor with Ollivander, the Death Eaters celebrate by streaking down the Thames to Millennium Bridge and destroying it while Muggles walk across. Thankfully the real Millennium Bridge wasn’t harmed during filming and you can safely walk across it today.

How To Visit

  • Location: Millennium Bridge, Thames Embankment, London SE1 9JE
  • Closest Tube Station: St. Paul’s Cathedral Underground Station
  • Cost: Free

Hermione Granger’s House

Hermione Granger's House - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

Featured briefly in “Deathly Hallows Part 1,” the Granger’s house can be found in the wealthy London neighborhood of Heathgate. In the opening scenes of the movie, Hermione works to remove memories of her from her parents’ minds before departing from their home on what will be one of the most treacherous years of her life searching for horcruxes with Harry and Ron.

A few years ago, the house actually went on the market but has since been sold.

How to Visit

  • Location: 7 Heathgate, Hampstead, London NW11 7AR
  • Closest Tube Station: Golders Green Underground Station
  • Cost: Free

Harry, Hermione and Ron Escape to London

At the Bill and Fleur’s wedding, Death Eaters descend on the Burrow in search of Harry in “Deathly Hallows Part 1.” Hermione grabs Ron and Harry and they disapparate to the first place she can think of – Central London.

Piccadilly Circus – Hermione’s Escape Option from the Burrow

Piccadilly Circus - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

Hermione, Harry and Ron land right in the middle of the neon lights and signs of Piccadilly Circus before being nearly run over by a double decker bus. The spot they arrive at is in front of The Gap located right off Piccadilly Circus.

How to Visit

  • Location: 1-7 Shaftesbury Avenue, Soho, London W1D 7ET
  • Closest Tube Station: Piccadilly Circus Underground Station
  • Cost: Free

Shaftesbury Avenue – “I used to come here with my mum and dad”

Shaftesbury Avenue - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

Safely out of reach from the Double Decker Bus, the trio make their way through the crowded street of Shaftesbury Avenue until they come to the cafe where they sit to regroup. Hermione states the reason she thought of it was because she used to come to Shaftesbury Avenue to see the theater with her mom and dad as the street is known for its musicals and plays. In fact, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child currently runs at a theater on the intersection of Shaftesbury Avenue and Charing Cross.

How to Visit

  • Location: Shaftesbury Avenue, Soho, London
  • Closest Tube Station: Piccadilly Circus Underground Station or Leicester Square Underground Station
  • Cost: Free

Warner Brothers Studio Tour – The Making of Harry Potter

Warner Brothers Studio Tour - Harry Potter Filming Locations in London

Located just outside of London sits the experience of a lifetime for a Harry Potter fan – the Making of Harry Potter tour at Warner Brother Studios. I’ll soon be writing a full guide to this experience, but in the meantime here are the highlights of what you can see and do at the Harry Potter Studio Tour:

  • Walk through the actual Great Hall
  • Explore commonly seen areas of Hogwarts in the films like the Gryffindor Common Room, Dumbledore’s Office and Hagrid’s Hut
  • Ride a broomstick
  • Explore the Forbidden Forest
  • Hop aboard the Hogwarts Express at Platform 9 ¾
  • Drink Butterbeer
  • Learn about the creatures of Harry Potter
  • Tour Gringotts Wizarding Bank

How to Visit

  • Location: Studio Tour Drive, Watford, England WD25 7LR
  • Closest Train Station: Watford Junction
  • Cost: Adult £45.00; Child £37.00
  • Website: https://www.wbstudiotour.co.uk/

Other Harry Potter Locations in London

London is home to many other Harry Potter attractions outside of the filming sites, including J.K. Rowling’s inspirations for Harry Potter London locations and fan experiences. These other Harry Potter locations are well worth a visit if you’re fan of the books or movies.

Charing Cross Road

Charing Cross Road - Harry Potter Locations in London

In the Harry Potter books, the Leaky Cauldron and the entrance to Diagon Alley are located on Charing Cross Road in Central London. J.K. Rowling had selected this street in particular because there are a number of old bookstores that line it, including the flagship Foyles Bookstore, Quinto & Francis Edwards Booksellers, and Any Amount of Books.

In fact, in the books the neighboring shop to the Leaky Cauldron is a large used bookstore that specializes in rare books and maps called the Third Hand Book Emporium. There’s also a clothing shop on Charing Cross Road called A Child of the Jago with uniquely dressed window displays that look like wizarding clothes and costumes.

How To Visit

  • Location: Charing Cross Road, Covent Garden, London
  • Closest Tube Station: Leicester Square Underground Station
  • Cost: Free

Cecil Court

Cecil Court - Harry Potter Locations in London

Just off Charing Cross Road sits a little street credited with J.K. Rowling’s inspiration for Diagon Alley called Cecil Court. This one-block street contains only bookstores and most of them carry rare editions of books that they specialize in. There’s a store that specializes, fittingly, in magic, while others cover maps, history and more. Marchpane, a children’s bookstore, even includes rare signed editions of Harry Potter books.

How to Visit

  • Location: Cecil Court, Covent Garden, London WC2N 4EZ
  • Closest Tube Station: Leicester Square Underground Station
  • Cost: Free

Goodwin’s Court

Goodwins Court Diagon Alley - Harry Potter Locations in London

Stepping into Goodwin’s Court feels like stepping right into Diagon Alley (or possibly Knockturn Alley depending on how cloudy the day is). This small street sits a stone’s throw away from Cecil Court and Charing Cross Road. Though not filled with wizard books, robes or wands, the black bay windows that jut out onto the tight alleyway look just like the ones from the Diagon Alley film set.

How to Visit

  • Location: Goodwin’s Court, Covent Garden, London WC2N 4LJ
  • Closest Tube Station: Leicester Square Underground Station
  • Cost: Free

Platform 9 ¾ at Kings Cross

Platform 9 3/4 at Kings Cross - Harry Potter Locations in London

Sadly, the real Platform 9 ¾ is inaccessible. In the wizarding world, the platform can be found between Kings Cross’ platforms 9 and 10. Today, though, platform 9 and 10 are separated by tracks with platform 9 being grouped with platform 8 instead. However, there is a photo experience set up within Kings Cross where you can pretend like you’re entering the wizard train platform.

Towards the back of main hall of the train station, you’ll find a trolly stuck in the wall with a sign for Platform 9 ¾. If you come between the hours of 9am and 9pm, you’ll be able to act like you’re running through the platform with some props that will turn you into a real wizard. They have a professional photographer on hand, but if you go with a friend have them take your photo and then you’ll have the memento for free. There’s also a shop next to the photo platform where you can buy Harry Potter merchandise.

How To Visit

House of MinaLima

House of MinaLima - Harry Potter Locations in London

This SoHo shop defines Harry Potter fandom heaven. Miraphora Mina and Eduardo Lima, the geniuses behind the majority of props for the Harry Potter film franchise, opened the House of MinaLima to sell replicas of the props that they made for the movies. You can find journals that look like Hogwarts textbooks, copies of the Quibbler, composition books that characters used during their time at Hogwarts, posters from the Daily Prophet and so much more.

How to Visit

  • Location: 26 Greek Street, Soho, London W1D 5DE
  • Closest Tube Station: Leicester Square Underground Station
  • Cost: Free (unless you buy something)
  • Website: https://minalima.com/

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Harry Potter Locations in London

Picking up where the “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” epilogue left off, “The Cursed Child” follows Harry’s youngest son, Albus, who (gasp) gets sorted into Slytherin and becomes BFF’s with Malfoy’s son. The play consists of two parts that are separated into two different shows, so to see the whole performance tickets need to be bought for both shows.

How To Visit

  • Location: Palace Theatre, 113 Shaftesbury Avenue, Soho, London W1D 5AY
  • Closest Tube Station: Leicester Square Underground Station
  • Cost: Depends on how lucky you get with tickets
  • Website: https://www.harrypottertheplay.com/

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