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  • 10 real life Harry Potter filming locations that you must visit in the UK! ✨😎

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  • Platform 9 3/4
    Platform 9 3/4
    1. King's Cross StationPlatform 9 3/4
    One of the most legendary Harry Potter locations, King’s Cross station plays home to the iconic platform 9 ¾ where Harry nervously makes his way to The Hogwarts Express. Situated in the arched wall between platforms 9, 10 and 11, the disappearing trolley is the perfect prop! 😎
  • Platform 9 3/4
    Platform 9 3/4
    The ticket every Potter fan wished would exist. 😍 Get along on a train to the world of witchcraft and wizardry with me as I explore UK to re-live few moments from the Harry Potter series just as if it were real. ✨
  • St Pancras Station
    St Pancras Station
    2. St. Pancras Station
    Just next door to King’s Cross stands this incredible neo-gothic building, St Pancras International. The exterior of the building is the actual setting where Weasley’s magical Ford Anglia takes off in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Later, this made headlines too. :P
  • Leadenhall Market
    Leadenhall Market
    3. Leadenhall MarketDiagon Alley
    Leadenhall Market in the City of London was used as Diagon Alley in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Situated between Bank and Tower Hill, it is thus much more than London's oldest markets.
  • Leadenhall Market
    Leadenhall Market
    The entrance to wizard's pub, the Leaky Cauldron, is in real life an optician in Bull's Head Passage in Leadenhall Market. With an ornately painted roof, it is a great place to eat and do some non-magic related shopping.
  • Christ Church Picture Gallery
    Christ Church Picture Gallery
    4. Christ ChurchThe Great Hall
    The Great Hall at Christ Church draws serious similarities on The Great Hall in Hogwarts, probably because the setting was modelled after the renaissance splendour church and replicated in the London studio. It has been a part of many iconic scenes in the film series.
  • Christ Church Pavilion
    Christ Church Pavilion
    The staircase which leads up to the Great Hall was also used for the arrival of new students at Hogwarts in the first two installment of the series. Professor McGonagall and other characters can also be seen at these stairs in the film.
  • Christ Church Pavilion
    Christ Church Pavilion
    The English architecture of the church somehow reminds me of the Harry Potter times too!
  • Australia House
    Australia House
    5. Australia HouseGringotts Wizarding Bank
    The only known bank of the wizarding world, Gringotts Wizarding Bank is in fact Australia House on the Strand, in central London. The Exhibition Hall of this house, with its chandeliers and marble columns, was used as the interior of Gringott’s Bank.
  • London Zoo
    London Zoo
    6. London Zoo
    Coming back to where it all began, the Reptile House at the London Zoo plays as an infamous moment in the first Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone film.
  • London Zoo
    London Zoo
    Harry speaking to the snakes
    This location sets the scene where Harry learns he is not just another 11 year old, as he could speak to snakes while being out with the Dursleys. We all know his antics in the chamber of secrets two years later. ;)
  • Gloucester Cathedral
    Gloucester Cathedral
    7. Gloucester Cathedral
    Used as the setting for many of Hogwarts interior scenes, the gothic cathedrals fan vaulting architecture in seen in 3 of the Harry Potter films. Debuting its appearance in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, the Gloucester Cathedral​ has been an important feature.
  • Gloucester Cathedral
    Gloucester Cathedral
    The architecture
    The cloisters in Gloucester Cathedral formed the corridor in Gryffindor. It formed the setting where Moaning Myrtle flooded the toilets and where the haunting words, ‘The chamber of secrets has been opened’ appeared in the novel as well as the movie.
  • Millennium Bridge
    Millennium Bridge
    8. Millennium Bridge
    Featured in a dark and eerie London, The Millennium Bridge briefly hosts as the setting in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince before being destroyed by death eaters. I realised it after watching the movie clip again. :P
  • Millennium Bridge
    Millennium Bridge
    Lovely view of Thames
    The futuristic bridge is standing strong and links the Bankside with the City of London. You can see some incredible views at a pinnacle point along The Thames River.
  • Alnwick Castle
    Alnwick Castle
    9. Alnwick Castle
    Used for some of the outer shots of Hogwarts Castle in both Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Alnwick Castle is the setting where Harry and his classmates took their flying lessons with Madame Hooch.
  • Alnwick Castle
    Alnwick Castle
    Hogwarts remeniscence
    The castle offers a whole lot of medieval and magical activities including Broomstick Training classes for anyone who wants to be on the Quidditch team.
  • Goathland Station
    Goathland Station
    10. Goathland Station
    Goathland Station on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway was transformed into Hogsmeade station in Harry Potter & The Philosopher’s Stone. The final stop for the Hogwarts Express formed as the location where Harry, Hermione and Ron stepped out into the wizarding world of Hogwarts.
  • Goathland Station
    Goathland Station
    "Scar on his head, There lies his family dead.. Into the world of magic he dived, Came out as a winner, he's the boy who lived.." J. K. Rowling has cast a magical spell on everyone who has been associated with Harry Potter, be it the creators or the readers. Take me back someone!

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