Warner Brothers Studios Round 2

Saturday, 28 March 2020

This post definitely contains spoilers.. You've been warned..

If any of you have been to the Warner Brother's Studio Tour London, then you will know just how truly magical the place is. I bloody love it. Spending a Sunday morning here, a couple of weeks ago (we went on March 8th) was without a doubt, the highlight of  March. I have visited before, but not for about a year and a half. It was also Hogwarts in the Snow, so lots of items on show were dusted and sprinkled with fake snow, definitely making it even more magical. I was just as excited to go this time round, minus the snow, due to the edition of Gringotts. Now I won't spoil it for those of you who want to go (skip through the photos in this post ;-) ) but it was even better than I had imagined.

We decided to do an extra as well as doing just the tour. The 'behind the seams' extra was the addition that we decided to pay a little extra, to enjoy. We were taken into a little studio/workshop room by 2 lovely tour guides, who showed us the 5 different stages of creating and visualising the costumes for each individual character of the Harry Potter films, for each film. We were even able to see some of the very same costumes that some of the celebrities wore through out filming and heard the various stories behind some of the clothing items too. How they were created, why certain details were added, how they were distressed, why they were made with specific fabric etc. It was such an eye opening workshop. Watching the films, you definitely have no idea as to how much thought and effort goes into piecing together the costumes, let alone all the other areas that are involved when making a film.

At the end of the workshop, we also got to try on some of the official robes that were used in the filming of the Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows - something that you definitely don't get to do if you're just visiting the tour itself. So of course, photos had to be taken.

Even if you're not a Harry Potter fan as such, I definitely think that the Warner Brother Studios Tour London, is such a great day out for the whole family. Of course, the tour itself is all Harry Potter based, but there is so many things to learn about the film making process, and the other details that come with it. As well as it also being an up and running film shooting studios. One of our guides was telling us how they had Tom Holland filming for Spider Man attached to a crane, and hanging over the car park, whilst they were shooting haha. But of course, if you're a Harry Potter fan, then visiting the studios is a must. It'll make you want to re-watch all the films and re-read the books, all over again. It's such a magical place.

Just make sure you book as soon as you know you want to visit - it always seems to sell out, months in advance.
Have you ever visited the Warner Brothers Studio Tour London?
Amber X


  1. I've never done the tour before, but I'd love to as it looks amazing! xo

    Makeup Muddle

    1. It's just the best place ever! You must make a visit!!xx

  2. I must admit that I'm not a Harry Potter fan, but this is perfect for fans, it has everything! The detail is incredible xx

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  3. I'd love to do the studio tour some day! It looks amazing! x



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