Who wants to join me to take a trip to the Harry Potter filming locations?
Attention, please. Those who wanted to join, Please come to the Platform 9 ¾.
Kings Cross Station
If you’re a harry potter fan, You must be familiar with the name Platform 9 ¾. Anyone who wants to take a train ride to Hogwarts has to come to Platform 9 ¾. In real world, Kings Cross Station, London. Kings Cross Station is a major railway and underground station in London.
The Jacobite Steam Train
If you were able to come to Platform 9 ¾ get into Hogwarts Express. The train that you’ve seen in the harry potter movie series called “The Jacobite” in the real world. The Jacobite Steam Train is a tourist train service that operates over part of the West Highland Railway Line in Scotland.
Went shopping in Diagon Alley? So I hope you’ve got everything ready for the coming term at Hogwarts. Diagon Alley scenes were filmed in a Victorian market in London called Leadenhall Market. The architecture and facilities of the Leadenhall Market are beautiful. There are so many stalls, restaurants, shops and pubs to enjoy. If you’re a Harry Potter fan I’m pretty sure that it will be a magical experience walking through here.
Most of the outsides scenes of Hogwarts in Harry Potter first and second films were filmed at this place.
This is another place where some of the outside scenes of Hogwarts in Harry Potter movies were filmed at. If you remember the location where professor McGonagall teaches broomstick riding lessons. It was filmed at this location.
Remember the Gringotts Wizarding Bank? It was the only bank of the wizarding world and it was operated by goblins. Outside scenes of Gringotts Wizarding Bank were filmed at Australia House in London.