Exclusive Closed Doors Harry Potter Studio Tour (November/December dates) + Hot Meal/Drink + Butterbeer  £49.95pp (£44.95 w/code)  @ Groupon
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Exclusive Closed Doors Harry Potter Studio Tour (November/December dates) + Hot Meal/Drink + Butterbeer £49.95pp (£44.95 w/code) @ Groupon

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Refreshed 17th Sep (Posted 10th Jul)
Updated 17th Sept - use code SAVE25 for £44.95
New Harry Potter offer at Groupon for an exclusive closed doors Harry Potter Studio tour in November/December and various extras including hot meal, drink, butterbeer, and meet the Death Eaters. Good feedback from people previously.

Dates available are 23rd November, 30 November, 7th December

If you wanted an overnight stay, Borehamwood Travelodge have family rooms at for £29 on the 23rd November and £32 on the other dates. Borehamwood Studio way is also available for slightly more.


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  • When: 23 November | 30 November | 7 December
  • Where: Warner Bros. Studio Tour London, Studio Tour Drive, Leavesden, WD25 7LR
  • Tour times: 3.30 p.m. | 4 p.m. | 4.30 p.m. | 5 p.m. | 5.30 p.m. | 6 p.m. | 6.30 p.m. | 7 p.m. | 7.30 p.m.
  • Closing time: 11.59 p.m.
  • Ticket includes: entry ticket to the Studio tour | one hot meal per guest | a glass of wine, beer, soft drink or hot drink per guest | a Butterbeer™ per guest



Warner Bros. Studio Tour LondonOnce doors have closed to the public on selected days in November and December, Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter will welcome Groupon members for an exclusive event. Available for entry from 3.30 p.m., guests will be granted after-hours access to the Studio Tour which showcases authentic sets, props and costumes from the Harry Potter film series.

Guests can walk the flagstones of the iconic Hogwarts Great Hall before viewing many of the famous sets – including the Ministry of Magic, Dumbledore’s office, and the Gryffindor common room. They’ll also get an exclusive look at the newest expansion, The Forbidden Forest.

The Forbidden Forest may be strictly off-limits to Hogwarts students, but Groupon guests are invited to follow the footsteps of Harry, Ron and Hermione deep into the forest, which is home to an abundance of creatures. Guests will be welcomed through the Hogwarts Gates by the beloved half-giant Hagrid deep into the forest which is filled with 19 trees each with a diameter of over 12 feet.

Visitors will walk beneath the giant entwined roots and encounter a full-size model of Buckbeak, and have the opportunity to bow to the majestic creature. As Groupon guests venture deeper into the depths of the forest, they will come face-to-face with Aragog, the Acromantula. Emerging from his dark lair, the enormous spider will appear before guest along with spiderlings from his family.

While exploring the attraction, guests will also be able to enjoy experiences that have been specifically added for Groupon members like enjoying a special demonstration courtesy of John Richardson, Special Effects Supervisor from the Harry Potter film series. They’ll get the chance to learn wand moves and can ‘fly’ a broomstick like a member of the cast in the Studio Tour’s green screen experience

During a short break in one of the attraction’s cafes, guests will beable to enjoy a selected hot meal; a glass of wine, beer, hot or soft drink and a Butterbeer™ taster. They’ll also get the chance to meet the Death Eaters as they patrol the Hogwarts Gates.

On-site parking is available, as is a return shuttle bus from Watford Junction station if required.


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Free entrance to anybody wearing an invisibility cloak
nlman2 h, 30 m ago

If it’s closed doors how do you get in??


Alohamora, I believe
If it’s closed doors how do you get in??
phil.cartwright11th Jul

Universal studios for me lots better


I'm sure it is, but also 10x more expensive once you factor in the flights.
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How much would a standard studio tour be through Groupon for example? Obviously it being a closed tour is great, but wondering whether the food and drink is actually worth it
Me and the missus went last year. Was just as packed as normal (probably a few less people than a standard day).

Had a choice of 3 foods which were pasta (which I had - very plain), chicken strips which were ok and I cannot remember the third - think it was a hot dog, wasn't very good as a meal - more of a snack. You can choose a beer as your drink which was better value than a soft drink. Butterbeer isn't all that.

It's deffo worth it if you haven't been before...
Theres diff dates
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cheers chichi
Booked, thanks @Chanchi32
herrbz9 h, 35 m ago

How much would a standard studio tour be through Groupon for example? …How much would a standard studio tour be through Groupon for example? Obviously it being a closed tour is great, but wondering whether the food and drink is actually worth it


I went last weekend and it cost £41 per adult ticket without the hot meal. I think it was a fun visit and I'd recommend going. I wouldn't say this is much better than usual prices though. Don't fall for the sense of exclusiveness for 'Groupon members' because pretty much everything in the description is available to all visitors. It's only the death-eaters that I wish I'd seen (which is either an upcoming new section or just people walking around in costumes).

Nonetheless the meal makes it worth it especially considering the rip off food prices.
Edited by: "hukdmm" 10th Jul
code doesn't worK
I went last year on the same tour for the same price - I think the only difference is that I received a complimentary programme magazine. We got to keep the cup the Butterbeer was served in (it's small but you don't want more than the cup holds, it's a very sweet drink!) but the food was definitely bland theme park type food, and the wine wasn't great either. Despite that, I really enjoyed the experience - it was busy but well organised so I never felt put off by it. I can imagine that there is the potential for it to get REALLY busy! Everything stayed open too, so you still got to shop at the gift shops (of course!) and the double decker taking shuttling you from town to the studio was operating so everything was super smooth.
Free entrance to anybody wearing an invisibility cloak
Universal studios for me lots better
I went last year with Groupon and it included a souvenir programme for 49.99. the hot meal wasn't a big meal, just chicken strips, hot dog or another option, I'm guessing no meat. Just a very important note that the mustard in the dispenser is not the mild stuff you'd expect but English lol so I ruined my hotdog cos it was so hot lol Butterbeer should come with a free plastic little tumbler and there are places for you to wash it out. Food isn't in main hall but in a cafe. Definitely worth going if you're a fan, loved it.
I went this year in May, it is more a museum than a tour. There are a decent amount of props and clothing you can look at from behind barriers, if you can get past the crowds taking pictures. I think for me personally the animatronics were the most interesting part, and the castle model.

I was really disappointed that after paying a similar price to this, the food and gift shop prices were so extortionate. You're looking at £5 for a tiny amount of themed chocolate, £15 for a standard paper back book and even the lollipops were a few quid each. I laughed at how ridiculous it was!
Edited by: "Latterman" 2nd Aug
If it’s closed doors how do you get in??
phil.cartwright11th Jul

Universal studios for me lots better


I'm sure it is, but also 10x more expensive once you factor in the flights.
Why is this a push notification?
nlman1 h, 44 m ago

If it’s closed doors how do you get in??


I think they close the doors after you get in
nlman2 h, 30 m ago

If it’s closed doors how do you get in??


Alohamora, I believe
Code doesn’t work
Code not working for me either.
New customers only?
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dosen't work too
phil.cartwright11th Jul

Universal studios for me lots better


why bother visiting the actual studio and sets from the film when you can pay 10x as much and see some tacky reproduction
Go through Topcash back for 10% cashback, code given with this deal didn't work for me. We are going on our return from Universal Studios as we will be landing in London. Heat from me, thanks for the heads up.
ding3 h, 8 m ago

why bother visiting the actual studio and sets from the film when you can …why bother visiting the actual studio and sets from the film when you can pay 10x as much and see some tacky reproduction


If you think the reproductions at Universal are "tacky" you clearly haven't been....
nlman2nd Aug

If it’s closed doors how do you get in??


Diagonally
Use code LOCALSALE for £42.46 price for TODAY only
Or £24.97 per ticket with code 50OFF it's working for me.
If you go around Christmas time you are in for one hell of a treat!
Snow on everything, all the sets decorated, xmas trees everywhere
Even the model castle at the end has snow on it

Truly truly magical, highly recommend it
omitanner1 h, 0 m ago

Or £24.97 per ticket with code 50OFF it's working for me.



Did that work on groupon?
omitanner53 s ago

Yes.

ooh not working for me!!
fancypants51 h, 3 m ago

ooh not working for me!!



Did you create new account with a different email address - probably new customers only
badboyardy21 m ago

Did you create new account with a different email address - probably new …Did you create new account with a different email address - probably new customers only



Yeah it still says Sorry, the code can't apply to this purchase. Check the code's rules.
ding3rd Aug

why bother visiting the actual studio and sets from the film when you can …why bother visiting the actual studio and sets from the film when you can pay 10x as much and see some tacky reproduction



The London tour is worth doing once, we did it when it opened and enjoyed it, wouldn't return though as its a bit expensive for what it is. Just make sure you get and use the audio guide.

Yes Florida can cost £3k for a holiday including Universal tickets, 20x as much as a these tickets for a family of four for a few hours. I'd say its more impressive in Florida and far from tacky.
Just means they leg just the same overcrowding amount of people through, but then just keep the doors shut. So the only difference would be less of a draught as you get pushed quickly past things you might actually want to look at.
great deal. Booked the same one last year. As others state it's not a private thing. I think they let 30 people in at a time. Still fairly busy inside but you can see and get near most things easy enough
hukdmm10th Jul

I went last weekend and it cost £41 per adult ticket without the hot meal. …I went last weekend and it cost £41 per adult ticket without the hot meal. I think it was a fun visit and I'd recommend going. I wouldn't say this is much better than usual prices though. Don't fall for the sense of exclusiveness for 'Groupon members' because pretty much everything in the description is available to all visitors. It's only the death-eaters that I wish I'd seen (which is either an upcoming new section or just people walking around in costumes).Nonetheless the meal makes it worth it especially considering the rip off food prices.


It's people in costumes, about 6 in total at different stages, you will get an exclusive book with the groupon, the food is a selection of 3 things, you can have a wine/beer or soft drink, the butter beer is horrible unless you like eating sugar with a spoon. You get to keep the butter beer cup. The place is huge and i am glad we went during the winter, we went to the late showing last year with groupon and i imagine going now through the summer holidays is a total s!@t show with the amount of people. Defiantly worth going with groupon
nlman2nd Aug

If it’s closed doors how do you get in??


It is a room that a person can only enter when they have real need of it. Sometimes it is there, and sometimes it is not, but when it appears, it is always equipped for the seeker's needs.
Hi. Would it be suitable if we take a 15 month old baby?
new code brings price down to £42.46
Why has my offer been deactivated after going up yesterday & being cheaper than this one with 6 days left? It keeps occurring to my offers.
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