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    Dream is offline Emerald level (3000+ posts)
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    Default Harry Potter experience in England

    Did anyone do the tour? It’s 95 pounds, is it worth it? We’re going to be in England for 2 weeks and both myself and my older DD loves Harry Potter.
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    We did it and absolutely loved it!! We had the first time slot and stayed until 5:30. DC and I could have stayed longer but we had dinner reservations in London with friends so we needed to get back. Go as early as you can as the crowds get heavier later in the day.
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    Everyone who has gone said it amazing! We haven’t been but we will if we ever go to London.


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    I would totally do it if I had the chance!
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    Totally worth it!!!! We actually did it in the late afternoon after touring some other places in London. We took the train out to the suburbs where the buses wait to take you to the studios. Works really well. We purchased our tix well in advance
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    We did it! We went later afternoon and stayed until close to closing. LOVED it. Easy train and bus ride. We purchased tickets a couple weeks before going but we were living in the Netherlands and so could plan around ticket availability.

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    Definitely worth it! We spent most of a day there.


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    Glad to hear all the positive reviews. This is the Warner brothers studio tour for 95 pounds right? I want to make sure I buy the tickets for the correct attraction that you all are raving about.
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    If you love the movies then YES! totally worth the splurge

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    A coworker of mine went and she loved it.


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