Friday, March 24, 2017

Harry Potter Studios

Coat - John Lewis | Blouse - Primark | Jeans - BDG | Boots - Asos | Bag - Oasis

Long before I moved to London, I longed to go to the Harry Potter studios.  I've always been a Harry Potter fan, but the last few years I found myself getting even more interested; I watch the movies over and over, I started re-reading the books, I've joined Pottermore and taken every quiz on there.  So when I finally did move to London, I knew that I had to go.  I hoped that I would be able to find a friend who hadn't been there before and would be willing to go with me.  But because I've made amazing friends since being here, me and five other friends decided to go.  Sure most of them had gone before, but luckily I made friends with other Harry Potter fans who were more than willing to make the sacrifice and go again.  :)
Overall, I had an amazing time.  It takes about three hours to get through it all (but at the end of the month they're adding an expansion of the Forbidden Forest, so in the future it may take even longer to go through).  I don't want to reveal too much on here, but I will say that you can get butterbeer (and butterbeer ice cream, which was what I had).  I'll just post a few of my favorite photos, as I don't want to spoil too much of the magic that is seeing it all in person.
And yes, I was that person and bought a wand at the end of the tour (#sorrynotsorry).

Elizabeth xx



  1. Ahh I LOVE the Harry Potter studios! I went there about a year ago and I have such fond memories. I think Diagon Alley was definitely my favourite! <3

    Laura // Middle of Adventure

    1. Diagon Alley was great! I'm hoping to go again next year after the Forbidden Forest opens! :)

  2. I am so jealous omg. I need to go see this ASAP.

    Caitlin, Beauty & Colour

  3. ahh so jealous, looks like you had a lovely time! looving your boots and blouse, can't believe it's from primark!

    1. Thank you!! Primark has had some good finds recently! :)


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