Family Ticket to Harry Potter Studios + Night in Hotel (local) - from £34pp (Based on Family Four) Via Premier Inn / Warner Bros
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Family Ticket to Harry Potter Studios + Night in Hotel (local) - from £34pp (Based on Family Four) Via Premier Inn / Warner Bros

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Found 23rd Oct 2015
Been here twice with family, really enjoyed it and personally not a huge Harry Potter fan, The Hotel is 5 mins walk from Watford centre and 15 mins walk from the train station where you can pick up the Harry Potter Bus (Free) to the studios - Which is Watford Junction, they'll also bring you back afterwards.

Premier inn have hotels from £29 which is a bargain for a family (Various dates) i picked early next year -

Example

Prices are room only, for all rooms and guests

14th Feb 2016 £29.00 Premier Saver Pre-pay, no amends or refunds
Tickets via HP site £107 for family for 2 adults and 2 children (can be cheaper if less) total £136 = £34pp

Watford Town Centre itself has plenty of places to eat & drink, big shopping centre and pubs and bars the further end of town (5-10 mins)

Hope this helps
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Edited by: "goonertillidie" 23rd Oct 2015
I want to go there.
yky

I want to go there.



It's worth it, you don't have to rush around either and the butter beer is pretty good!
My son and his gf went last year and loved it. They want to go back as new things have been added.
What exactly is this place? Just a tour? Or are there activities you do around the tour?

Also, can it fill a whole day?

Thanks.
Darklord

What exactly is this place? Just a tour? Or are there activities you do … What exactly is this place? Just a tour? Or are there activities you do around the tour?Also, can it fill a whole day?Thanks.



​Its a walk round tour. Not exactly activities. but a few "interactive" things.Everythings very expensive-including the tour. Even at a very slow pace, youll be round it in 4 hours. Its worth going as a one off treat, but wouldnt go again.
Rich069

​Its a walk round tour. Not exactly activities. but a few "interactive" t … ​Its a walk round tour. Not exactly activities. but a few "interactive" things.Everythings very expensive-including the tour. Even at a very slow pace, youll be round it in 4 hours. Its worth going as a one off treat, but wouldnt go again.



Agree, more like a museum or exhibition than anything else really.
If you are into Potter then it's very good and interesting, the quality of the sets and stuff is really good - the level of detail they put into the movies is incredible
Is that a discounted price for the Harry Potter tour?
Is this actually a deal or just the normal price?
It's amazing if you are a Harry Potter fan. I've been twice. The second time we spent 6 hours there. Well worry it. Booked again for Christmas.
For those asking, that is a really really good deal for studio tour. The tickets are usually around/over the £30 mark. I am an enormous Harry Potter fan and have visited twice, for me it's definitely worth the money. However, be prepared for large crowds and everything being very expensive (I spent around £50 in the giftshop without buying too much). I find I spend 4-5 hours here but that is from someone who likes to read every little thing so you may not be in there as long if you have younger children. On that note, I wouldn't recommend this for people with young children it really is more like a museum.
I had a great time here, easily spent 4 hours there. That's as someone who mediumly enjoyed the films but wouldn't consider themselves a massive fan. I'd imagine the bigger the fan, the more time you'd spend.

I could see small children (under 8s) getting bored well before older visitors get bored as most of the exhibits are sets and props from the film. Possibly you could manage smaller children by trying to get to see some of the live presentations, doing the broom stick flying and promising goodies from the gift shop.

where you can pick up the Harry Potter Bus (Free) to the studios


The bus costs £2 return journey, just in case.
somerset

Is this actually a deal or just the normal price?


it's a deal, considering you get to stay at the hotel for £29, you visit the next day or the day before, instead of travelling all day, it is really helpful.
I'm not disputing that it seems a good price - I'm probably going to book it - I'm just asking if it's a deal, i.e. a special price that's lower than normal.
somerset

I'm not disputing that it seems a good price - I'm probably going to book … I'm not disputing that it seems a good price - I'm probably going to book it - I'm just asking if it's a deal, i.e. a special price that's lower than normal.



​well you can normally get prem inn's for £29 if booked early. And a family ticket costs about that to. So as a deal?No. But for convenience-yes.
somerset

I'm not disputing that it seems a good price - I'm probably going to book … I'm not disputing that it seems a good price - I'm probably going to book it - I'm just asking if it's a deal, i.e. a special price that's lower than normal.



​just checked. Family ticket is from £101.

So no. No cheaper.
So this isn't a deal then
Does anyone know how much it is to park at the Marriott in Watford (Central) the website says charges apply but how much?
Is it worth doing the full package or not? It's an extra £30 for 3 of us.

Looks a good day out
is this still available and worth doing ??
Hello oO
Is it still available
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