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Fully Guided Tour of Warner Bros Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
"Your journey will start in Central London where you will meet your representative who will accompany you as you travel by train directly to Warner Bros. Studio Tour London.Enjoy timed access and be greeted by a dedicated Studio Tour guide who wil props and costumes from all eight of the Harry Potter films.You will be given your own personal headset to ensure you do not miss any of the fascinating behind-the-scenes facts. You will have the opportunity to enjoy a frothy Butterbeer ahead of once your guided tour comes to an end you can choose to re-enter the Studio Tour and ride a broomstick over London in the green screen experience or even spend some time discovering the full range of Harry Potter merchandise in the shop.Your unforgettable experience will start with a short film in the cinema before you enter the iconic Great Hall set where your guided tour will begin. as well as highlighting the processes used to bring the films to life. This experience is simply unique and the best way to explore the behind-the-scenes magic of the Harry Potter film series.Take a look inside Dumbledore’s office walk along the famous cobbled street of Diagon Alley
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Harry Potter Tour of Warner Bros. Studio in London
"Leave central London by luxury coach and relax in comfort as you travel to Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter. On arrival after around an hour on the road head inside to see the impressive sets that featured in the Harry Potter films. Spend the next three hours exploring independently. Walk past many of the intricately made costumes and props — like Hagrid’s motorcycle — that helped bring J.K. Rowl and look out for familiar-looking shops like Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes which was featured in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Then delve into Professor Umbridge’s office in the Ministry of Magic.Other memorable sets include the Gryffindor common room Hagrid’s hut and the unmistakable Potions classroom. When the time comes
From GBP66.00
 
Greenwich to Westminster Sightseeing Cruise in London
"The tour departs Greenwich pier every 30 minutes from 10am. Board at your leisure and enjoy the comfort of our fleet of modern and traditional vessels. Enjoy the panoramic views of London’s sights from the open deck of the vessel whilst enjoying Canary Wharf The Shard Tower Bridge National Theatre Tower of London and The Houses of Parliament.  """
From GBP13.00

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Mosaic Tiles

Just outside St Albans station on the railings there six mosaics designed by local children from St Peter’s school and made by the artist Jane Visick. The mosaics represent different scenes from the...
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Battles of St. Albans

The First Battle of St Albans was the first battle in the War of the Roses. It was fought on 22 May 1455. Richard, Duke of York and his ally, Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, defeated the...
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graeme83
Mar 22, 2010

Coat of Arms

For those that are interested in heraldry, this is the crest of St. Albans. The significance of the crest is explained from the following website : http://www.ngw.nl/int/gbr/s/stalbans.htm"The blue...
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graeme83
Feb 21, 2010

Only 20mins By train from London

History, loads of it. Any visitor to the capital with a little time to spare will be rewarded by a trip to St Albans. Trains run regularly from St Pancras (pick a fast one not a stoppng one). St...
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Wowmoment
Mar 21, 2008

The best toilets in town

Now that McDonalds in the High Street has closed down and the underground public conveniences are still in need of some serious renovation, where should you GO in St Albans?Head for Waterstone's Book...
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pippap
Feb 27, 2007

Tourist and Information Centre

This should be your first port of call in St Albans. The Tourist and Information Centre is found in the city's Town Hall on Market Place which was built in 1831. Inside they offer lots of useful...
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Willettsworld
Jun 29, 2006
 
 
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St. Albans city trail

At the tourist office you can get the city trail. It will give you the best impression of St. Albans and includes all the highlights of this place like the clock tower, the abbey, the verulamium park,...
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Mique
May 20, 2004

Map of St. Albans City Centre

A good map of the centre of St. Albans can be seen at the following URL :http://www.stalbansmuseums.org.uk/Sites/Verulamium-Museum/Map
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Dec 24, 2009

Top Hotels in St Albans

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Ryder House, Saint Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1 1HG, United Kingdom
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Cottonmill Lane, Saint Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1 2HQ, United Kingdom
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Fishpool Street, Saint Albans, AL3 4RY, United Kingdom
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54 Lemsford Road, Saint Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1 3PR, United Kingdom
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Smug Oak Lane, Bricketwood, Saint Albans, AL2 3PN, United Kingdom
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London Road, Flamstead, Saint Albans, Hertfordshire, AL3 8HT, United Kingdom
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Top Things to Do in St Albans

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St Alban's Cathedral

Our visit to the Cathedral was planned, at short notice as it happens. We were thinking about using our art fund passes, and St Albans was mentioned. We decided to also make a visit to the...
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Clock Tower

The steep climb up the 93 narrow steps is worth it when you reach the top as you come across the scenery beyond the Verulamium, the cathedral and the streets below you. While I'm was there it was...
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Verulamium Park - Roman Verulamium

The building is part of the museum and is open to all in it's park location. It is worth a visit and certainly adds to what you may know about Roman Britain. This being said it has very little...
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Verulamium Museum

The museum is well worth visiting; the staff are friendly and welcoming. We arrived quite late in the day so our visit was necessarily brief as a result. The interior is well laid out, and does...
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Market

At the local farmer's market you expect to find all local specialties from English cheese, seasonal and local grown fruit and vegetables, fresh herbs, meat and fish. There are also hand made cakes...
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Pemberton Almshouses

The Pemberton Almshouses (houses for the poor/elderly) are a series of small, single storey terrace cottages that were built in 1627. According to the sign by the entrance, they were founded by Roger...
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Top 5 St Albans Writers

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planxty

"A great deal of history."
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Willettsworld

"St Albans - Roman Verulamium"
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Mique

"One super terrific day!"
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St_Vincent

"St Albans - an Historic City"
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pippap

"I've finally laid my hat"
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