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Harry Potter - Oxford & Gloucester Tour
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In several of the films, Oxford provided Hogwart's staircase notably in the first film where Professor McGonagall greets the schoolchildren upon their arrival. Oxford also provided the Great Hall on which Hogwart's dining room was modelled (pictured) and the Library which provided the scenes for Hogwart's infirmary and Ron's dancing lesson with Professor McGonagall.


In 'Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets' and 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire', Oxford provided the settings for the 'defence against the Dark Arts' scene in which Mad-eye Moody demonstrates the three unforgivable curses and Malfoy's transformation into a ferret.

Further adventures of Harry Potter and his friends were shot at the Norman Cathedral of Gloucester (pictured above), a place of worship for more than 1300 years, including the Ghost scenes and talking portraits in 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone' ('Sorcerer's Stone' US version). The Cathedral is also featured in 'Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets' including the scenes featuring the ghost Moaning Myrtle, and the mysterious appearance of the red writing in Hogwarts' corridors ... "The chamber of secrets has been opened. Enemies of the heir, beware". 'Harry Potter & The Half Blood Prince' was also filmed at Gloucester Cathedral.

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1 - 2
£580
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3 - 4
£680
Extra Large
5 - 6
£780
Minibus
7 - 10
£1,095

Harry Potter Tour of Oxford
PRIVATE CAR/MINIBUS - 5 HOURS

Many of the Hogwart's school scenes were filmed at Oxford University.

In several of the films, Oxford provided Hogwart's staircase notably in the first film where Professor McGonagall greets the schoolchildren upon their arrival. Oxford also provided the Great Hall on which Hogwart's dining room was modelled and the Library which provided the scenes for Hogwart's infirmary and Ron's dancing lesson with Professor McGonagall.

In 'Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets' and 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire', Oxford provided the settings for the 'defence against the Dark Arts' scene in which Mad-eye Moody demonstrates the three unforgivable curses and Malfoy's transformation into a ferret.


Tour Prices
No. of Passengers
Price per Vehicle
Medium
1 - 2
£440
Large
3 - 4
£495
Deluxe
5 - 6
£580
Extra Large
5 - 6
£580
Minibus
7 - 11
£805

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