Warner Brother studios
We arrive in Watford and went with the tour bus to the studios. We went inside and immediately you saw tree pair of hand prints of Daniel, Rupert and Emma with a big sign above telling about the studios. We went further and walk in to a big hall full of pictures of the actors there was a cue for the tours which left every 10 minutes with 180 people. We had to wait a little so we walked around in the souvenir shop which was massive. We went in line and the first thing you saw was the cupboard under the stairs and a saying of JK Rolling. We had to wait a little because the last tour only just left but after we went in to a room you saw pictures of all the harry potter parts hanging on the wall in all kinds of languages. We watched a video about how Harry Potter became such a big thing and then in the cinema room a little recap of all the movies plus Daniel, Rupert and Emma talking about their experience. They told us to walk through a big tour but there was none. The screen went up and you saw the big doors of the great hall and, push open at the same time, the doors went open and you saw the great hall trough it. It was huge! We saw the costumes of all the teachers and all the houses. The walked trough an other door which led to a big hall with props, rooms, costumes and more which u could see and sometimes even interact with. We took a lot of pictures and even road a broom. Then we went outside to drink butterbeer and to see the knight bus, private drive, the potters house and the chess pieces use in the first movie. We went back inside and came to the creatures shop and saw all the masks that were use to create goblins, monsters, etc. and robotic divides to create the owls, Mandragoras, Dobby, Buckbeak, werewolf's and more effects. We saw Aragog, the snake from the chamber of secrets and the dragon of the goblet of fire. Then we walked into my favorite place in the harry potter world, Diagonally. It was so incredibly magical. You saw the Gringotts Bank, Olivanders, scribbulus, weasleys wizard wheezes, ect. We got explained how the wands work when the lit up and made a view dozen pictures. We walked trough the drawing room and the little model room, and then we went to the most amazing room ever. The model room. The room with the model of Hogwards which the producers used to film the outer castle during the film. It was amazingly big and so incredibly magical. Every ten minutes it would change from night to day and all the windows would light up and light the room. It was gorgeous! All the detail put in, all the work. It was amazing. Sadly after that was the credit room with everybodys name, i repeat EVERYBODYS, who worked on the films or stared in it, was put on the side of a wand box and stored in a cupboard. Then the tour was over and we landed in the shop. I brought pretty much but i don't regret anything. I had a lovely day and about 600 pictures. Im tired but it was a great experience.
Next stop: Globe Theater