Visit the key film locations from the 6 Harry Potter movies
See the Ministry of Magic and the Millennium Bridge
Take your photos of the leaky cauldron and Victorian Leadenhall Market
3 to 3.5 hours Private guided tour with Professional driver guide
Tour Times : 10.30am, 2pm and 7.30pm
Airport Transfers Extra!
Your professional cabbie will come and collect you from your hotel and then take you on a magical journey through London, passing Gringott’s bank, Leadenhall market and the river Thames that Harry flew along on his broomstick, in the Order of the Phoenix. Harry flies above Westminster Palace on his way to Grimmauld Place, both of which you will see, before arriving at the Third Hand bookshop, where Potter met Gilroy Lockhart, his future tutor.
The tour continues to Brockdale Bridge, as featured in the Prisoner of Azkaban, where the treble decker night bus squeezes past the two oncoming red buses. Then we’ll see the Leaky Cauldron and stroll through Diagon Alley where the wizards meet, drink and buy their books owls and Nimbus 2000 broomsticks. The alley is also home to Ollivanders where Harry buys his Phoenix wand.
No tour would be complete without a visit to the entrance of the Ministry of Magic, where Arthur Weasley takes Harry to the disappearing phone box. You’ll also see the Millennium Bridge, as featured in the Half Blood Prince.
Finally we visit King Cross Station where Harry and Ron first meet and then disappear through the brick wall at Platform 9 ¾! Plus you’ll see St Pancras station over which Ron and Harry fly in their blue Ford Anglia. All this and much more in one of London’s best selling tours!
Please allow 3 to 3.5-hours duration for this tour.
Times of Operation Daily : 10.30am, 2pm or 7.30pm
An adult must accompany children. We class a child as 18 and under.
Cancelled Tours will be subject to a small administration fee.
Please note: Max 6 people per taxi – Multiple pick-ups are not available
Please inform your guide if you wish to be dropped at an alternative London location and the end of the tour.
Food or drinks
Entrance fees to attractions
The Harry Potter black taxi tour is not an official Harry Potter event and is not endorsed, sanctioned, or in any way supported, directly or indirectly by Warner Bros Entertainment Inc, the Harry Potter book publishers or J. K. Rowling and her representatives.
All rights to the series of “Harry Potter” books are the property of J. K. Rowling and her publishers including Scholastic Press, et al. Movie rights and image trademarks are the property of Warner Bros Entertainment Inc.