Harry Potter Tour of London & Oxford

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  • Duration

    - 8 Hours (approx)
  • London & Oxford

  • Capacity

    - 6
  • Dress

    - Comfortable Clothing
  • Departs

    Departs daily @ 9am
  • Meeting Location

    Henry's Bar & Cafe, 80 Piccadilly, W1J 8HX
  • Final Destination

    Hotel Drop Off (Zone 1 only)


Harry Potter Tour of London & Oxford

Experience the magic of Harry Potter on this spellbinding Harry Potter Tour of London & Oxford. This private, chauffeur driven day trip is our most popular Harry Potter tour, and allows fans to immerse themselves into the world of everyone’s favourite boy wizard. Take in the sights and scenes from JK Rowling’s Harry Potter books and films, which were set entirely in Britain at her own request. You’ll visit two of the most beautiful cities in the world, London and Oxford, but see them like never before as we show you memorable film locations and inspirations behind the books including Philosophers Stone, Half-Blood Prince, Order of the Phoenix, and more.

Chauffeur Driven Harry Potter Tour

Our chauffeur driven tours offer a touch of luxury to your sightseeing, and allow you to relax and savour each location at a more leisurely pace and intimate setting. We will whisk you away from the crowded streets and buses in our private vehicle, and your dedicated, professional chauffeur will give you the attention and courtesy that you deserve. This amazing experience includes a hotel pick up / drop off service and numerous photo opportunities for you to capture the magic of Harry Potter for a lifetime. Part of our range of "Harry Potter Tours", the Harry Potter Tour of London & Oxford is an essential experience for any Harry Potter fan, so read the full itinerary below, book online today.

Harry Potter Tour Itinerary


  • The magical platform 9¾ sign where Harry catches the Hogwart's Express.
  • The bridge destroyed by Lord Voldemort's Death Eaters (Half-Blood Prince).
  • The bridge where the Knight Bus squeezes between two London Double Decker buses (Prisoner of Azkaban).
  • The entrance to the Leaky Cauldron that Harry and Hagrid entered on their way to Diagon Alley (Sorcerers Stone / Philosophers Stone).
  • The London underground station from where Mr Weasley takes Harry to the Ministry of Magic (Order of the Phoenix).
  • The entrance to the Leaky Cauldron where the Knight Bus dropped Harry off (Prisoner of Azkaban).
  • The location of the red telephone box where Harry and Mr Weasley descend into the secret Ministry of Magic (Order of the Phoenix).
  • The secret hideout where Harry is reunited with Sirius Black (Order of the Phoenix)
  • Plus much, much more…


  • The 16th century dining hall used as the inspiration for Hogwart's Hall.
  • The room where they practice their dancing for the Yule Ball when Ron has to dance with Professor McGonagall with the whole of Gryffindor looking on (Goblet of Fire).
  • The room used as Hogwarts Hospital in four of the films.
  • The tree that Malfoy was sitting in before Mad Eye Moody turned him into a ferret for picking on Harry (Goblet of Fire).
  • The 16th century stairs where Professor McGonagall greets the First Years (Sorcerers Stone / Philosophers Stone).
  • Plus much, much more…

PLEASE NOTE: Please note that the Harry Potter Tour of London & Oxford ticket price does not include the entrance fees to the Oxford attractions, which total £10. These attractions are working academic institutions and some areas may occasionally close without notice; Bodleian Library is closed on Sundays.


Our Harry Potter Tours are not official 'Harry Potter' events and not endorsed, sanctioned or in any other way supported, directly or indirectly by Warner Bros Entertainment Inc, the Harry Potter book publishers or J.K.Rowling and her representatives. All rights to the series of “Harry Potter” books are the property of J.K. Rowling and her publishers including Scholastic Press, et al. Film rights and image trademarks are the property of Warner Bros Entertainment Inc.

London landmarks and attractions

  • Trafalgar Square
  • St Paul's Cathedral
  • Millenium Bridge
  • Tate Modern
  • Borough Market
  • Oxford
  • Leadenhall Market
  • Tower Bridge
  • Monument
  • Kings Cross Station

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By candleinthedark (A TripAdvisor Member) on December 29, 2011
The Hogward Trail was the highlight of our recent trip to London! We were pleasantly surprised when our guide came to fetch us from the hotel as we weren't expecting a personalized chauffer driven tour. James said “Come on, Hop on to the Howard Express”…Choo.Choo…not quite. We were taken to various spots where we had the story retold and he helped us recall certain parts of the scenes. We were so inspired that we were snapping photos non-stop as the magic of the Harry Potter films unfold. – While the focus was on Harry Potter trail, our tour included interesting visits to other celebrities’ haunt, while James took us to the best coffee, best cookies and even to a very interesting market!!!
Thanks to our guide, there was never a dull moment with James reliving every part of the scene he could tell us about. So yes!, don’t miss this fantastic personalised tour !!!

Visited January 2011

From Trip Advisr
“Harry Potter Tour of London and Oxford - Big Fun even in the rain!”
By denagail (A TripAdvisor Member) on December 29, 2011
This tour was so much fun! Our guide, "James" was delightful! He made sure that we enjoyed ourselves despite the rain. We particularly enjoyed seeing where the knight bus drops Harry off at the Leaky Cauldren - it has a wonderful market and our guide told us about a cool place to have coffee. He did a great job telling us about the sights and gave us time to walk around and enjoy ourselves. Oxford was amazing. Again, "James" was able to share bits about Harry Potter as well as other interesting information about the college. He suggested a great place for lunch while at Oxford that we would never have found without him. A great day for Harry Potter fans of any age!

Visited August 2011
From TripAdvisor
Brilliantly Magical Day
By Christine on December 3, 2013
We were really looking forward to this tour and we were definitely not disappointed! Our guide, Gill, was fantastic. She not only gave us heaps of information about the Harry Potter movies, books, and trivia, but was able to point out other buildings along the way and give us some information about them as well. One of the locations was closed, but Gill gave us the option to see something else instead which was great. It was a thoroughly enjoyable day and I would highly recommend this tour to any Harry Potter fan. It is definitely worth the time and the money. I have no doubt this will be one of the big highlights of this trip.
very nice day trip
By binaboka on January 13, 2011
I wanted to take my son on a day long Harry Potter tour. All London tours last about 3 hours, so I picked the tour of London and Oxford. It was a very nice tour. The guide picked us up at the hotel and drove us all around London first, showing different Harry Potter filming locations and mentioning other films that he knew a lot about on the way. He also gave us tips about other attractions, best coffee and cookie shops and stuff like that. Then we went to Oxford and spent several hours exploring Oxford College, the Cathedral, and the town of Oxford. Overall, very nice day trip.
Totally worth it!
By Alexandre & Celine Boch on August 25, 2009
Just a quick feedback after a lovely “Harry Potter” tour guided by Alexis: Totally worth it!

The “Harry Potter” visited places are consistent and well completed with general information about London and Oxford.

The guide is very dedicated to his job and cares constantly for the customer satisfaction. He speaks fluently French as well.

The Hybrid transportation is fairly enough comfortable and flexible within the cities.

I will definitely recommend the “Celebrity Tours” to any of my friends and family to enjoy an original way of discovering London and Oxford.