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Harry at Little Whinging Zoo
Harry Potter at Little Whinging Zoo

Harry Potter Tours

Come and see some of the locations used in the Harry Potter films. A day tour of London and Oxford includes many Hogwarts' scenes. A two day Harry Potter tour could also include scenes from Lacock and Gloucester.

Lewis chessmen
The Lewis Chessmen from
Harry Potter and the
Philosopher's Stone


A tour of London could include London Zoo, King's Cross and St Pancras stations, the Lewis chessmen and Borough Market, which have all been used in the Harry Potter films.

A Harry Potter day tour out of London can include Oxford, where the hall of Christ Church College was the basis for the Hogwarts dining room. Plus we can drive past the Dursleys' house, where Harry lived under the stairs.


Harry Potter's first flying lesson, Alnwick Castle
Harry Potter's first flying lesson
(Alnwick Castle)
Lacock Abbey, Gloucester Cathedral, the North Yorkshire Railway, Alnwick Castle and Glencoe in Scotland have all been used in various Harry Potter films.

Harry Potter tours can be as short as a half day in London up to 7-10 days around England and Scotland.



Da Vinci Code Tours

Horseguards Parade
Horseguards Parade, where the Teacher
murdered Rémy in the Da Vinci Code.
Temple Church
Temple Church, which houses the
stone knights of the Da Vinci Code

Come and see where Sophie Neveu and Robert Langdon tried to solve the clues in Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code. Admire the stone knights in the Temple Church before visiting Westminster Abbey to see the tomb of Sir Isaac Newton and the Chapter House, where Teabing lays a trap for them.

Westminster Abbey
Westminster Abbey, where Neveu and
Langton go in the Da Vinci Code
Afterwards see where the Teacher murdered Rémy on Horseguards Parade, before taking time to enjoy the art of the National Gallery, especially Leonardo da Vinci's Virgin of the Rocks.


National Gallery
National Gallery, home of
Leonardo da Vinci's Virgin of the Rocks

Rosslyn Chapel interior detail
The wonderful carvings inside
Rosslyn Chapel, used in the
final scenes of the Da Vinci Code
You could combine this with a trip to Scotland to see Rosslyn Chapel, near Edinburgh, where closing scenes of the Da Vinci Code take place. It houses the most wonderful carvings dating back to the 1400s. If you would like to see some of the places used in the film, like Lincoln Cathedral, then you have an excuse to take a tour around Britain.



Downton Abbey

Highclere Castle
Highclere Castle
Church at Bampton
Church at Bampton



Olympics and Paralympics

Olympic Stadium
Olympic Stadium
Olympic Stadium and ArcelorMittal Orbit
Olympic Stadium and ArcelorMittal Orbit
Interior of the Olympic Stadium showing roof and lighting towers
Interior of the Olympic Stadium
showing roof and lighting towers
Tim Baillie and Etienne Stott (GB) won gold at the White Water canoe slalom at Waltham Abbey
Tim Baillie and Etienne Stott (GB) won gold at the White Water canoe slalom at Waltham Abbey
Interior of the Aquatics Centre
Interior of the Aquatics Centre
Interior of the Velodrome
Interior of the Velodrome
Velodrome - showing the Western Red Cedar exterior
Velodrome - showing the
Western Red Cedar exterior
Goalball at ExCel, Paralympic Games
Goalball at ExCel, Paralympic Games
Wheelchair Basketball played at the White Hall on the Olympic Park
Wheelchair Basketball played at the White Hall on the Olympic Park



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