Search
Hotel Deals
date_range
date_range
map
Map &
Directions
mode_edit
Write a Tip
chevron_left
 
chevron_right

Top Tours

 
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
From GBP129.00
 
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
 
Warner Bros. Studio: The Making of Harry Potter with Luxury Round-Trip Transport from London
"Leave London Victoria by luxury Mercedes coach and relax in your comfortable seat as you journey to the incredible Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter. After roughly one hour on the road head inside the studios and explore independently seeing the authentic sets costumes and props that brought the Harry Potter movies to life.Stroll along the famous cobblestoned pavements of Diagon Alley and keep an eye out for familiar-looking shops like Gringotts Wizarding Bank that was featured in Harry Potter and the P visit the Ministry of Magic where you can venture into Professor Umbridge’s office to learn about the mythical government that rules the Harry Potter community.Make sure to bring your camera as tantalizing photo opportunities abound behind every corner. Snap photos of the glass
From GBP66.00

Most Viewed Restaurants in St Albans

Restaurants

Loch Fyne

As with so many restaurants to choose from in St Albans we have chosen twice to dine at Loch Fyne as we have loved the food, the service and the ambiance of the place. Loch Fyne specialises in sea...
View More
Restaurants

Kanuka

We had an enjoyable walk around St Albans city centre and made a visit to the Cathedral; we came across the tea house and decided to have a break. Sadly we both had coffee, so I cannot comment on...
View More
Tips

The Waffle House

I found out about this place via INTERNET and thought I love waffles and there was a wide range to choose from.I also love ice cream and since they offer it together a perfect place to me.They have...
View More
Tips

The Pudding Stop

We popped into the delightful spot on a cold, blustery, rainy Saturday afternoon after it had been recommended to us by friends.The simple decor and the large tables and benches give the place a...
View More
Tips

The Waffle House

This is one our our favourite restaurants in St Albans and is ideal for a spot of lunch or an early dinner.The Waffle House serves up waffles with everything. You can have waffles for starter, main...
View More
Tips

Inn On The Park

After a hour or so running around the kids playground, this is an oasis for parents. It set in the middle of the historic Verulamium Park. It's open for breakfast and lunch and also does a high...
View More
 
 
Sponsored Listings
Tips

Koh-i-noor Tandoori

This restaurant in St Albans serves up Bangladeshi and Indian food. We went on a busy Saturday night with a few friends. it's not a huge place and so the tables can get a bit crowded.There was a lot...
View More
Tips

Many places

Chilli Raj-Indian, stanhope road, £30 for 2-starters,mains and wine and a beerThe Pan Asia Dining Room, beaconsfield rd, does indian,thai and chinese-£40 for 2, starters, main and wine.Zizzi's-£35 for...
View More
Tips

Darcys

This was a work dinner; and three colleagues from the USA and I made a visit to Darcys Restaurant. It was an interesting place spread over two floors.The service was good, however when we were there...
View More
Tips

Waterend Barn

A Wetherspoon pub, so the food is formula, basic, standard. Gammon & chips, chicken tikka marsala, burgers, fish & chips.Nothing fancy, you know exactly what you're going to get and the price is...
View More
Tips

Lussmanns Fish & Grill

I've been a regular at Lussmanns ever since I moved to St Albans six years ago. It's on Waxhouse Gate, right next to the Abbey, and spread out over three floors. The setting is really lovely - lots of...
View More
Tips

little marrakech

It great location in the centre of Old Town and also in the middle of the busy street market, make the spot a must to do not loose, even if you just one a refreshment, you can taste the nice...
View More
Tips

Chinese Express

This is not a restaurant but a Chinese takeaway / delivery and the best one we've tried in St Albans (we're a bit fussy after living in Hong Kong for five years!!!).Closed onTuesdays Bang Bang...
View More
Tips

The Blue Anchor

A very decent place, food was excellent. We started with the vey nice Freshly Baked ‘Treacle’ Bread & Butter and I followed with the Venison Pie from the Special menu, whilst others had the Butchers...
View More

Top Hotels in St Albans

Hotels
Ryder House, Saint Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1 1HG, United Kingdom
Show Prices
Hotels
Cottonmill Lane, Saint Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1 2HQ, United Kingdom
Show Prices
Hotels
Fishpool Street, Saint Albans, AL3 4RY, United Kingdom
Show Prices
Hotels
Smug Oak Lane, Bricketwood, Saint Albans, AL2 3PN, United Kingdom
Show Prices
Hotels
54 Lemsford Road, Saint Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1 3PR, United Kingdom
Show Prices
Hotels
London Road, Flamstead, Saint Albans, Hertfordshire, AL3 8HT, United Kingdom
Show Prices

Top Things to Do in St Albans

Things to Do

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...
View More
Things to Do

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...
View More
Things to Do

Roman Walls

In Verulamium Park, which has the museum, sports grounds and children's playground, there are segments of the old city wall of Verulamium which was the third largest Roman city in Britain with a...
View More
Things to Do

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...
View More
Things to Do

Clock Tower

On my third visit to St Albans the Clock tower was open so I have decided to climb the 93 steep and narrow steps to the top and see what it had to offer. Entry to the tower it was one pound, the...
View More
Things to Do

Corn Exchange

Once it was an open timber 16th century Market House before it was turned into a Corn Exchange in 1857 and it was designed by John Murray of Coventry. In St Albans they had a lot of corn fields and...
View More

Top 5 St Albans Writers

planxty's Profile Photo

planxty

"A great deal of history."
View Member
Willettsworld's Profile Photo

Willettsworld

"St Albans - Roman Verulamium"
View Member
Mique's Profile Photo

Mique

"One super terrific day!"
View Member
St_Vincent's Profile Photo

St_Vincent

"St Albans - an Historic City"
View Member
pippap's Profile Photo

pippap

"I've finally laid my hat"
View Member