Here are some collages of photos from the Harry Potter Studio Tour, click on any photo for full size image:
Even though mum and I had been before, there were plenty of things we hadn’t seen on our last visit. I’ve only included photos things we didn’t see last time in this blog post. Things we didn’t see last time included: The Goblet of Fire, The Forbidden Forest, The Hogwarts Express and inside Privet Drive.
There were plenty of things that we saw last time. I was great to see that they had significantly increased the interactive activities for visitors.
It was brilliant to see that they are building an extension to include things from the new Fantastic Beasts films series (of which there will be 5 films).
Here’s one final photo of Mum with a Hedwig puppet. We took a similar photo last time, how many times do you have to do something before it becomes a tradition?
The next day mum and I were released into the wild of London city centre. We saw the Houses of Parliament, the scaffolding-covered Big Ben, the High Courts and my favourite St. James Park.
St. James Park is a lovely park that is like a natural oasis within one of the world’s most busy cities. There’s a bit of a family story to St. James Park.
When my mum was a little girl, she lived in London with her mum and dad (my grandma and granddad). Every Sunday, while her mum was making the Sunday dinner, her dad would take her to watch the changing of the Guard and then into St. James Park to feed the ducks.
Here are some photo collages from photos I took in St. James Park:
Mum and I had a fantastic time and will no doubt do the trip again in a couple of years.