Harry takes his first flying lesson in the courtyard of this beautiful castle, located 30 miles outside of Newcastle.
This quaint little town is home to the famous Godric’s Hollow, which features heavily in the Deathly Hallows: Part II.
The stunning Lacock Abbey is home to the wicked Professor Snape’s classroom!
This gothic Cathedral’s cloisters are features many times throughout the Harry Potter movies, especially for those mysterious scenes.
Made particularly famous by the film trailer, this Thames footbridge was featured in The Half-Blood Prince; death-eaters make chase and the bridge collapses in a thrilling finale to this blood-curdling film.
Home to a pivotal scene in the Harry Potter series, when Harry realises that he is a parseltongue, and is closer to Voldemort than anyone ever realised.
This world renown centre of further education plays host to Harry and his wizarding friends in several movies. The Great Hall is modelled on the dining Hall in the great Christ Church College dining hall, and its mythical stone staircase is sampled in several movies. Several of the University’s libraries are used throughout the films, including the restricted book section in The Sorcerer’s Stone, which is filmed inside Oxford’s Duke Humfrey’s Library.
Home to the infamous Platform 9¾, this just had to be our number one choice in the Top Ten Harry Potter UK Film Sites and Locations. It is here that Harry and his friends start their adventures each semester, pushing through a magical pillar between platforms nine and ten. Hardcore fans can go to Kings Cross and take a photo with a cart disappea ring between tracks eight and nine!