Tickets to Harry Potter’s London Walk for Two (£16) or Four (£32) with Celebrity Planet (Save 60%)
- Lasts approximately 3 hours
- See Platform 9 3/4, Ministry of Magic, Diagon Alley
- Walk across the bridge destroyed by Deatheaters
- Learn about the filming of Harry Potter in London
- A great way to see London
Groupon valid for 2 or 4 people, may buy multiple as gifts. Booking required via http://www.thecelebrityplanet.com/london/catalog/product/view/id/154/s/harry-potter-groupon/. Tour embarks Saturdays only, start at 12pm and last approximately 3 hours. Includes London Underground journey. Valid A Zone 1 travelcard is required to take part in the tour and is not included in the ticket price. Valid only on option purchased. Groupon's Harry Potter Walk is not an official 'Harry Potter' event and is 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.
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Whether abracadabra, open sesame or hey presto, it’s all hocus pocus if you don’t believe in magic. Unlock your imagination with today’s Groupon from Celebrity Planet.• £16 for two tickets to Harry Potter’s London Walk (£40 value)
• £32 for four tickets to Harry Potter’s London Walk (£80 value)
Bringing the London experience to common garden muggles, Celebrity Planet arms the capitals’ swarms of tourists with an altogether different sightseeing soiree. With a range of walking tours from Jack the Ripper and the celebrity tour of Mayfair to chauffeur driven Sherlock Holmes expeditions, the touring team offer something for every apprentice wizard or novice detective. Groupon goblins can shed their invisibility coat for two and a half hours and uncover the spellbinding locations behind the Harry Potter books and films while on Harry Potter's London Walk. Armed with a Zone 1 travelcard, intrepid explorers will meet at the TKTS Booth in Leicester Square before wandering down Diagon Alley and seeing the inspiration behind Bourgin and Burkes, spotting the entrance to the Leaky Cauldron. Next, imagine tasting a butter beer and hot footing it to platform 9 ¾ at Kings Cross to try to catch the Hogwarts Express. With eight tours a week, witches can outwit the death eaters and experience their very own magical moments.