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Our Harry Potter walking tours in London

Harry Potter “Can we find all this in London?”

Hagrid* “If yeh know where to go”

1. Harry Potter Film Locations in the City takes place every Sunday at 2.30 pm.

N.B., in our Summer programme – which runs from May 1 – October 31 – it also takes place every Wednesday* at 2.30 pm. 

Meet Richard outside exit 3 of Bank Tube (by the war memorial in front of the Royal Exchange).       *Not in Nov., Dec., Jan., Feb., March or April      

2. Harry Potter on Location in London Town takes place every Saturday at 2.30 pm. Meet Richard outside the river exit of EmbankmentTube.

3. Come on Muggles, “you should be celebrating this happy, happy day” – we’re heading into Qulity Quidditch Supplies territory. It’s 62442 time. 

4. Hagrid: “If yeh know where to go” – or to put that another way, it all comes down to the guiding.

The Two Harry Potter Walking Tours

1. Harry Potter Film Locations in the City

“If yeh know where to go” Where to go on this wicked walking tour that burns with a hard gem-like flame. Burn with an h. g.-like flame because it’s HP. And because it’s the mysterious old City of London. And because betwixt and between the film locations we hit the sweet spots – the very best of quirky, peculiar, curious, lost old London. It’s all very Harry Potter and Co. Runs every Sunday at 2.30 pm. Meet Richard outside exit 3 of Bank Tube (by the war memorial in front of the Royal Exchange). N.B. there’s a £3 charge for kids as this one’s for all ages. It’s the normal £10 for adults or £8 for concs.

2. Harry Potter on Location in London Town

Ah, film locations! Where the ephemeral image on the screen turns into reality! Underfoot and right before our very eyes. And what’s right before our very eyes on this one is the Westminster locations that riveted you in Harry Potter and the Order of the PhoenixThe Prisoner of AzkabanHarry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. It’s a walk – a quest even – for fans of all ages. And there’s a bonus. Well, lots of bonuses. Because the weave also includes lots of great sights – and sites – and the sights behind the sites – for those who are just along for the ride, along to keep a fan company. All led by the Prince of Potter guides – he of the spookily perfect name – actor Richard Walker. N.B. there’s a £3 charge for kids as this one’s for all ages. It’s the normal £10 for adults or £8 for concs. The walk ends in the Potter-perfect little alleyway that’s just round the corner from Leicester Square Tube Stop. Want to get an idea of what a Harry Potter in London walk is like – and see Richard in action? Watch the video of our Harry Potter Film Locations in the City walk.

The Harry Potter on Location in London Town walk takes place every Saturday at 2.30 pm. Meet Richard just outside the river exit of Embankment Tube.


“The original and best – there are several companies offering walking tours of London but London Walks (London’s oldest) is easily the pick of the bunch”  London, Cadogan Guide

“London Walks has many copycats, but it’s the best.”  Frommer’s London by Night

“Best Tourism Experience in London”  Gold Medal Winner  Visit London

“The best walking tours are organized by London Walks”   USA Today


If you can’t make one or more of the regularly scheduled, just-turn-up, public Harry Potter Tours why not think about booking one as a private walk?  If you go private you can have a Harry Potter tour – or any other London Walk– on a day and at a time that suits your convenience. We’ll tailor it to your requirements. And – always with private walks – we go to great lengths to make sure the guide-walker(s) “fit” is well-nigh perfect. Ring Fiona or Noel on 020 7624 3978 or email us at and we’ll set it up and make it happen for you. Makes a great birthday party outing.


A private London Walk makes a very special birthday or Christmas present for a friend or family member – well, why not consider the gift of a private tour with a world-class guide. Merchandise schmerchandise (gift wrapped or not) – but giving someone an experience, now that’s special. Memories make us rich.

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